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The Epic Games Store’s next free title has been announced

The Epic Games Store’s next free title has been revealed.

First-person puzzle adventure game Call of the Sea will be free to claim from Epic’s PC marketplace from March 9-16.

It will replace strategy tycoon game Rise of Industry, which is now free to claim until March 9.

Call of the Sea launch trailer

The debut title from Madrid, Spain-based studio Out of the Blue Games, Call of the Sea was released for PC and Xbox consoles in 2020, before coming to PlayStation systems the following year.

“An otherworldly tale of self-discovery and mystery set in the 1930’s, Call of the Sea is a love letter to the adventure genre about one woman’s search for her missing husband in the uncharted reaches of the South Pacific,” according to publisher Raw Fury.

“On a lush island paradise, you will unearth the remnants of a lost civilisation, investigate clues, and solve a variety of clever puzzles to piece together the fate of your husband’s expedition.”

Last week, the latest wave of ‘free’ titles set to be offered to Amazon Prime Gaming members was confirmed.

Prime Gaming, which is part of an Amazon Prime subscription, offers members new PC titles to keep and exclusive in-game content each month.

In March, players will be able to claim new games every Thursday. They will include Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition, Adios, I am Fish, Faraway 3: Arctic Escape, Book of Demons, Peaky Blinders: Mastermind and City Legends: Trapping in Mirror – Collector’s Edition.

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