If you have an Epic Games account, you’d better hurry to the online store for the latest selection of free games. As part of Epic’s free games giveaway, the platform owner is giving away copies of the original Fallout, Fallout 2, and the squad-based spin-off Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel. If you want to see where the iconic series began, you’ll need to act fast to take advantage of the deal.
The first three Fallout games are available as free downloads from now until 4pm GMT on December 23.
A new mystery game will replace the trilogy for the next 24 hours, so stay tuned for the latest updates.
While Fallout 3 is credited with opening the series to the mainstream, many hardcore fans believe that the original games better encapsulate the spirit of the post-apocalyptic RPG.
The original Fallout features an extensive decision-making system that radically alters your journey through the Wastelands.
“You’ve just discovered the classic post-apocalyptic RPG that reinvigorated the entire CRPG genre,” the official description reads.
The Fallout SPECIAL system allows for drastically different character types, meaningful choices, and development that puts you in complete control.
“Explore the devastated ruins of a golden age civilization. Talk, sneak or fight your way through mutants, gangsters and robotic adversaries. Make the right decisions or you could end up as another fallen hero in the wastelands…”
Fallout 2 takes place 80 years after the original, and players search for the Garden of Eden Creation Kit to save their village.
Originally released as a spin-off to the main series in 2001, Fallout Tactics takes the franchise in a new direction, placing a greater emphasis on squad-based battles and survival.
“Your weapons will become more than your tools, they will become your friends.
“You will use your skills to inspire the lowly and protect the weak… whether they like it or not. Your squadmates will be dearer to you than your kin, and for those who survive there will be honor, respect, and the spoils of war.”
The highly rated games gave birth to a franchise that is still being reviewed to this day. In fact, following a shaky release, Fallout 76 online multiplayer game is now played by millions of people on PC and consoles.
Developer Bethesda is moving away from the Fallout and Elder Scrolls series with its next release, titled Starfield. Released in 2023, Starfield is a huge RPG that takes place across multiple planets.
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