Grand Theft Auto V & 3 Other Games Are Now Free for Download Until 21 May

Feeling bored playing the same game over and over again? Not sure what else to do during this circuit breaker period?

Fret not, for I have just the perfect entertainment for you.

Just for a limited time, Epic Games is giving a fabulous reward for being good citizens who stay home.

Okay, I’m kidding about being a good citizen because Sovereigns exist, but I’m serious about the gift.

Grand Theft Auto V & 3 Other Games Are Now Free for Download Until 21 May

Epic Games will be offering Grand Theft Auto V Premium Edition for free.

Yes, entirely for free.

Mind you, the regular price is $30 USD (~S$42.80).

This offer initially went live on Thursday, which resulted in Epic’s servers buckling and inaccessible for the rest of the day.

Thankfully, Epics Games will be continuing the giveaway until Thursday (21 May), so go get it while you can.

And just so you know, these games are like those free games you download on your phone hor. We’re talking about a high-quality and high budget game that people pay tons of money to get their hands on.

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So what do you have to do to get it? You’ll need an Epic Games account and the Epic Games software client. Both of these are free so you don’t have to pay a single cent.

Also, once you’ve added the game to your library, it belongs to you for life. Yes, you get to keep it.

Besides Grand Theft Auto, Aegis Defenders is also free for you. According to the official description, it is a Tower Defense strategy game that allows you to explore, build and defend in a 2D platformer. It is regularly priced at $20 USD (~S$28.53).

To claim your freebie, you just have to sign up for the Humble newsletter. After claiming it, you’ll receive a code to redeem it on Steam, which is the platform where you’ll play the game.

Likewise, once the game is in your library, it’s yours forever.

On top of that, if you have an Xbox One or PS4, you may be interested in this game as well. The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game will be free for a limited time.

It is regularly priced at $50 USD (~S$71.34), so do check it out!

Last but not least, GameSpot is giving 5,000 people the chance to get a digital code for the KartRider: Drift beta. The lucky ones will be getting one code for Steam and one for Xbox One.

Go share it with your friends who are bored out of their wits, they will thank you later. Now, who wants to play some GTA?

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