Deponia: The Complete Journey is FREE on Epic Games Store

Epic Games is giving away FREE copies of Deponia: The Complete Journey, a collection of 3 adventure games about life on the trash-planet Deponia.

Deponia: The Complete Journey is free for one week, starting April 15th and lasting until April 22nd 2021. Get it in that period and keep it forever.

Deponia: The Complete Journey is FREE on Epic Games Store


Epic has announced that they will keep the weekly free game giveaway throughout 2021 – follow us on TwitterFacebook or Steam to get a reminder when each new free game giveaway launches!


ABOUT THE GAME:

Junk, junk and even more junk. Life on the trash-planet Deponia is anything but a walk in the park. No surprise that Rufus had enough of that and hatches one ludicrous plan after the other to escape this bleak place.

Deponia: The Complete Journey features over 4 hours of Developer’s Commentary, a Deponia world map that allows for selection of each chapter of the game, a comprehensive graphical questlog help system, minigame help screens, a new launch menu, new hidden collectables, Linux support, plus 6 new songs written and sung by Poki and Behind-the-Scenes videos

Deponia: The Complete Journey does not include the new sequel Deponia Doomsday!

HOW TO GET DEPONIA THE COMPLETE JOURNEY FOR FREE:

Just head over to Epic Games Store or navigate to the game in their launcher before April 22nd 2021, add the game to your cart and checkout. Simple as that. After that, the game is yours to keep, and play, forever.

Make sure to check in next Thursday for the next Epic Games Store freebies!


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