Epic Games also has another kind of discount going on for games priced US$14.99 (~RM62.57) or higher.
As a bonus, for every game purchase over $14.99/£13.99 Epic Games is providing an additional $10/£10 off to players at no cost to the publisher or developer.
Of course, don't forget that you get £10 (or $10) off nearly any game you buy (with the aforementioned caveats). Up to this point, they've released a freebie once every two weeks but during the sale, you'll get a new game to try out each and every week. Examples include Ubisoft's new Tom Clancy game, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, No Code's Observation, 4A Games' Metro Exodus, and others, marking a shift in the competition between Epic and its major rival, Valve, owner of the Steam store.
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And with cheaper titles like Shakedown Hawaii, even though it only has the Epic discount applied, that means the game is reduced by 66% overall, and you can get the 2D GTA-alike for just five crisp notes.
While I generally do not endorse pre-ordering games - why pay now and wait when you can pay later and buy the game, knowing what reviewers have to say about it? "With the Epic Discount, you can get the game for $10 off that price right now, through to the end of the sale on June 13". Developers and publishers are discounting many games up to 75% off!
Will I get $10 off DLC, game add-ons, season passes, or in-game purchases, including V-bucks in Fortnite? (You'll also need it to download and play the games). It seems to suggest that there may have been some concern from the studio's player fanbase that they might be considering such a move, as suggested by Reddit user Slawrfp, possibly precipitated by their appearance at the Epic Games Store-hosted show.