The Terraforming Mars game, available on the Epic Games Store May 5-12, has ceded its throne to three titles, including the qualitative Prey. From yesterday until Thursday, May 19 at 5 pm, you can grab a copy of the game for free, along with Jotun: Valhalla Edition and Redout: Enhanced Edition.


Let’s start with Prey, the heavyweight of this trio. In May 2017, it was a first-person action/adventure game developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. In Prey, you wake up in 2032 on the space station Talos I orbiting the moon. You are the essential subject of an experiment designed to change humanity forever, but the situation has become a nightmare. Hostile aliens have invaded the space station, and now you are the prey. The fate of Talos, all its inhabitants, and I is in your hands. As you explore Talos I and the dark secrets of your past, you’ll need tools found on the space station, your insights, and exciting weapons and skills to survive.

Logically, a recent gaming PC would now meet all of Prey’s hardware requirements. Once released, the title has been greatly optimized; feel free to check out our performance analysis of Prey on the 8 GPUs made at the time. The software satisfies Intel i5-2400 / AMD FX-8320 processor; GTX 660 2 GB / AMD Radeon 7850 2 GB graphics card and 8 GB RAM. Allow 20 GB of disk space.

Jordan: Valhalla Edition

Moved the Gods. Jotun from Thunder Lotus studios, available in its Valhalla edition, is a hand-drawn action-exploration game set in Norse mythology. In Jotun, you play as Sora, a Viking warrior who has been stripped of glorious death and must show the gods that she is worthy of entering Valhalla. It was released in 2015 to critical acclaim.

Redout: Enhanced Edition

Redout is a tribute to the behemoths of classic racing games. It’s designed to provide a fast, challenging, satisfying, uncompromising driving experience filled with vertigo at the heart of arcade racing games.
A car with a 1.6 GHz Intel Core i3 processor or AMD equivalent, a GTX 560 or equivalent graphics card, and 4 GB of RAM will suffice to test your reflexes.