Epic Games Store Offers Chivalry II for Free in Latest Giveaway

In its latest weekly giveaway, Epic Games Store is offering Chivalry II, a popular multiplayer hack-and-slash game, for free until June 7th. This deal marks a significant discount from its usual retail price of $39.99, making it a steal for gamers looking to dive into some medieval mayhem.

Chivalry II, developed by Tripwire Interactive, was released approximately three years ago and has garnered praise for its intense and immersive gameplay. The PC version of the game boasts an average score of 82/100 on Metacritic, showcasing its appeal among players and critics alike.

"We're thrilled to offer Chivalry II as part of our weekly giveaway," said an Epic Games spokesperson. "It's a fantastic game that delivers an exhilarating multiplayer experience, and we're excited for players to experience it for themselves."

To run Chivalry II smoothly, Torn Banner Studios recommends a system with an AMD Ryzen 5 3500X or Intel Core i7-6700 processor, an AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, and 16 GB of RAM. However, the game's minimum requirements are more modest, including an Intel Core i3-4370 processor, 8 GB of RAM, and an AMD Radeon HD 7870 2 GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 GPU.

It's important to note that this offer includes only the base game and not its King's Edition or Special Edition packages. Players interested in claiming their free copy of Chivalry II can do so through the Epic Games Store until 16:59 on June 7th.

In addition to the free game giveaway, Epic Games Store is also continuing its MEGA sale, with discounts on a wide range of titles until June 13th. This includes Farming Simulator 22, which was offered for free last week, as well as other popular titles like Dragon Age: Inquisition - Game of the Year Edition.

For gamers looking to expand their library without breaking the bank, Epic Games Store's weekly giveaways and ongoing sales are a great opportunity to score some fantastic deals.

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