In Death Coming, you reap innocent souls like Agent 47 with God’s perspective.
I knew absolutely nothing about this week’s Epic Games Store freebie before today. But, after watching the trailer on the game’s store page, I’m excited to give Death Coming a look.
NExT Studios’ pixel-art puzzler casts you as an ethereal Grim Reaper with an isometric view on everyday scenes. From there, you might cause a red light to turn green, causing a car to barrel into an unsuspecting pedestrian. You might cause a flower pot to fall on someone’s head. Or, you might come up with any number of gruesome deaths for Death Coming‘s 16-bit denizens.
Now that Death Coming is up for grabs, Epic has announced next week’s games. Well, actually, they’ve announced that next week’s games are a mystery until next week. So check back then!
For more free games in the meantime, check out this weekend’s free Xbox games.
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