You Can Get Civilisation VI For Free This Weekend

Yolanda Curtis
May 25, 2020

Civilization VI will be free until May 28th, at 4pm BST. Civilization 6 debuted on PC and Mac in October of 2016, but has since made its way to iOS in 2017, Switch in 2018, and finally PS4 and Xbox One at the end of 2019.

That said, the Civilization 6 Epic Games Store release adds a little more credibility to this leak. These are quite convenient, and if the criteria meets those listed by Epic Games Store, then games can be refunded without even having the dev team get involved. Last week, swarms of people all around gathered and utterly decimated the store front's servers trying to nab a free copy of Grand Theft Auto V.

Civilization VI is now free to purchase on the Epic Games Store, and will remain so until the 28th of May, at which point it will be replaced by a "mystery game". And, thanks to a possible leak, we may know the identities of the next two games.

Sid Meier's Civilization VI gameplay involves expanding your civilisation by focusing on civil, political and military expansions.

The highly rated 2K loot shooter will be free to download from May 28 until a week later on June 4.

"Shoot and loot as you explore the mayhem-filled world of Pandora in Borderlands 2 and the lunar madness of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel in Borderlands: The Handsome Collection", reads the official description. According to a leak posted to Reddit almost a week ago, we may have a good idea. At the time of posting, we didn't have a lot of evidence to support that the four games leaked were indeed real. The Civilization 6 Epic Games Store release is a welcome surprise, and it also shows that we might be getting Borderlands: The Handsome Collection and ARK: Survival Evolved in the coming weeks.

The sixth entry into Sid Meier's long-running turn-based strategy game where you control ancient civilizations as they rise through the various time periods of our world, with you basically creating a whole new alternate universe with each playthrough.

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