Batman Arkham Collection and Lego Trilogy currently free on Epic Games Store

What you need to know

  • The Epic Games Store is going full Dark Knight for its latest set of free games.
  • The Batman Arkham Collection and Batman Lego Trilogy are free for the next week on the Epic's storefront.
  • You can grab all six games at the Epic Games Store now.

The Epic Games Store has been pretty consistent with offering compelling sets of free games, and it's keeping that groove going with its latest offers. This week, the store is going all-in on Dark Knight action, giving players six Batman games from the Arkham collection and Lego Trilogy.

The Batman Arkham Collection packs three of the most critically acclaimed Batman games to date, with Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, and Arkham Knight. The series takes you from the dank depths of Arkham Asylum into the wide, open streets of Gotham on a set of brutal stories to confront some of Batman's biggest foes. Plus, Kevin Conroy, the legendary voice of the Dark Knight in Batman: The Animated Series, returns to the role once again for each game.

The Batman Lego Triology, on the other hand, is a much lighter affair. This is your usual Lego game collect-a-thon, but spiced up with a world full of Batman characters. The first game sticks to the streets of Gotham, while the second and third have you teaming up with the Justice League and even the Legion of Doom.

If you're curious, you can grab all six games for free at the Epic Games Store for PC now. Note that you'll need to create an account and download the Epic Games Launcher to get started.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl

3 Comments
  • Thanks for the tip. Picked up all 6 batman games. Curious to try the arkham games on PC to compare to their console counterparts.
  • Are they going to run out of money before they make the EGS succeed? I'll watch from afar.
  • Not much chance of that. All those kids buying Fortnite skins means free games for the rest of us.