Best deals in the big Epic Games Store sale

What you need to know

  • Epic Games is holding a massive sale until June 13.
  • Games like Control and The Sinking City are available for $50.
  • Epic Games is giving away a new free game every week during the sale.

Today, Epic Games announced the "Epic Mega Sale," which will run on the Epic Games Store from May 16 to June 13. During the event, developers and publishers are discounting many great games up to 75 percent off. More importantly, for every game purchase over $15, Epic Games is providing an additional $10 off to players at no cost to the publisher or developer.

The Epic Games Store also gives away a number of free games, and during the Epic Mega Sale, this promotion is expanding. During this period, the company will offer a free game every week, starting with No Code's experimental adventure "Stories Untold." You'll have to check back every week to see what the next free title is.

For even more games, check out the Epic Games Store in your browser. We would recommend checking out Ashen because it's an excellent experience. The title is quite similar to Dark Souls, and takes place in an open-world environment. However, there are clear objectives markers so you'll never get lost.

Which games are you interested in? Let us know.

Cheap PC accessories we love

Take a gander at these awesome PC accessories, all of which will enhance your Windows experience.

Anker 4 port USB 3.0 hub ($10 at Amazon)

Whether on a desktop or laptop PC, you always need more ports to connect things to. This hub gives you an additional four USB 3.0 Type A ports.

Ikea Fixa Cable Management System ($11 at Amazon)

This IKEA cable management kit is your ticket to a clean setup. It's simple and functional.

NZXT Puck ($20 at Amazon)

This clever little accessory has powerful magnets on the rear to make it stick to any of the metal panels on your PC case or anything else. It's great for hanging accessories like headsets.

Asher Madan

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.