The Victorian Gothic naval adventure Sunless Sea is free on the Epic Store

Dull Sea is a truly abnormal game. It gives you a role as the commander of a boat on the Unterzee, a huge underground ocean in the “Victorian Gothic” universe of Fallen London. You sail, you investigate, you extend your abilities and your team, you meet abnormal individuals and animals, you endure horrendous revulsions that desolate your mental soundness, and at some point or another, you kick the bucket.

(That is a selling highlight, coincidentally: The game’s slogan is “Lose your brain. Eat your group. Pass on.”)

It’s not the freshest game ever—it’s been floating around forebodingly since 2015—yet it’s acceptable: We said it was “very nearly a work of art” in our 80% survey, with “superb” composing raised marginally short by generally shallow interactivity. I never had a lot of karma with it myself, my maritime experiences on the inky dark water consistently wound up essentially precisely as designer Failbetter Games anticipated (frenzy, human flesh consumption, passing), however I was attracted to attempt over and over by the frequenting, strangely excellent world.

At any rate, the purpose of this is that Sunless Sea is presently free on the Epic Games Store. For the following week, you can basically click here, click “Get,” lastly click “Spot Order,” at that point like wizardry it will be added to your Epic record at zero expense. In the event that you truly burrow it, you can likewise get the Zubmariner extension pack for $11 which, as the title proposes, will allow you to investigate underneath the outside of the Unterzee. Something else, however, it’s a very much like insight: “Lose your brain. Eat your group. Plunge.”

Dreary Sea is free on the Epic Store until March 4. From that point onward, Eugen Systems’ East-versus West RTS Wargame: Red Dragon will have its spot. For all the more free games, don’t miss our rundowns of best free PC games, best free games on Steam, best program games, and all the free games you can snatch at the present time.

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