The Epic Games Store continues its tradition of providing a new free game every week to its users. This time, Infinifactory is the current game, and the upcoming free game is Doors: Paradox. Both Infinifactory and Doors: Paradox are games that have received mixed reviews from reviewers, but players have given them high ratings on Steam.
Fans of puzzle games have a lot to enjoy about the latest free game offerings from the Epic Games Store. Infinifactory is the current free game on the Epic Games Store. The game has received mixed reviews from reviewers, but it has enjoyed a significantly more positive response from players. Infinifactory has an "Overwhelmingly Positive" rating on Steam, and many have praised it for its sandbox puzzle gameplay. The game is about building factories for "alien overlords." Infinifactory is loaded with content, and getting it completely free through the Epic Games Store is definitely a bargain.
The free game on the Epic Games Store for the week of February 1st through February 8th is Doors: Paradox. Every Thursday, Epic Games Store users get a new free game and get an idea of what to expect from the following week. Doors: Paradox is a puzzle game where you interact with "handcrafted 3D dioramas" to find clues and "useful items" to solve each puzzle. Doors: Paradox is considerably shorter than Infinifactory, but it has been well received by puzzle fans and currently has a "Very Positive" overall rating on Steam.
Split between Infinifactory and Doors: Paradox, it's clear that puzzle fans have a lot to look forward to when it comes to the latest batch of free games from the Epic Games Store. The free games from the Epic Games Store represent a wide spectrum of genres, so anyone not interested in puzzle games should be able to find something that suits their interests at some point in the coming weeks.
There is no information yet on what the future free games from the Epic Games Store will be. The Epic Games Store has shown that the free games can be anything from big AAA blockbusters to obscure indie titles, so fans will just have to stay tuned.