3 Fallout Games Dominate Next Week’s Free Games from the Epic Games Store

You won't be short of wasteland to explore soon.

3 Fallout Games Dominate Next Week's Free Games from the Epic Games Store


  • The Epic Games Store is delivering one hell of an offer next week.
  • For those who loved them when they first came out, or haven't yet played them, you'll be able to pick up three Fallout games absolutely free.
  • Dakar Desert Rally is also included!
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If you’ve been wanting to dive into the Fallout series and were waiting for a sign from beyond, now’s your chance. On February 22, Epic Games Store users can claim the first three games in the series for free as part of the company’s giveaway program.


This exciting offer not only caters to fans of the franchise but also invites newcomers to immerse themselves in the captivating post-apocalyptic world, making February 22nd a date eagerly awaited by gamers. Until then, users can claim the current free game on the store, Saber Interactive’s Dakar Desert Rally, which will be available till the 22nd of this month.

The Next Set of Freebies from the Epic Games Store are from the Fallout series

Gamers can claim Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics from the Epic Games Store for free soon
Gamers can claim Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics for free soon

Starting from February 22, Epic Games Store users can claim the following games free of charge from the platform:

  • Fallout 1
  • Fallout 2
  • Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel

The first entry to hit the market was Fallout 1, released in 1997. It thrusts players into the desolate wasteland following a nuclear apocalypse. As the Vault Dweller, players navigate the ruins, making impactful choices that shape the story and define the fate of their character.

The game was considered a commercial success back in the day, prompting the development and release of Fallout 2, released in 1998, which expands the wasteland narrative and offers a larger world with intricate storylines. Taking place sometime after the first game, players step into the shoes of the Chosen One, a descendant of the Vault Dweller, and embark on a quest to save their tribal village, encountering complex moral decisions and diverse factions along the way.

Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel, launched in 2001, takes a tactical turn on the series by introducing squad-based combat. Set in the Midwest, players assume the role of a Brotherhood of Steel initiate, leading a squad through strategic battles against mutated creatures and rival factions. Taking a substantial risk by deviating from the pattern set by its predecessors, the game proved to be a success and was nominated for the 2001 Computer Gaming World “Best Strategy Game” award.


The three classics were handled by developer and publisher Interplay Productions. Bethesda later acquired the rights to the franchise in 2007, propelling it to new heights. While the highly acclaimed studio has garnered widespread acclaim for its spin on the series, Interplay Productions’ entries still hold their own in today’s gaming landscape.

The Wait is on for the upcoming Epic Games Store Giveaway

Enjoy a nail-biting race in Dakar Desert Rally while you wait
Enjoy a nail-biting race in Dakar Desert Rally while you wait

If gamers are looking to pass the time before adding the post-apocalyptic series into their libraries for free, Dakar Desert Rally is available to claim on the Epic Games Store right now. A thrilling racing game, it engages players in a high-octane off-road experience set against the challenging backdrop of the iconic Dakar Rally held by Amaury Sport Organization.

The game offers a dynamic and immersive gameplay experience, where players navigate diverse terrains, overcome obstacles, and race against the clock. With realistic graphics and a gripping atmosphere, racing enthusiasts can immerse themselves in this adrenaline-fueled journey.


Which freebie are you looking forward most to playing? Let us know in the comments below!


Written by Vibha Hegde

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Vibha is an avid gamer that has been in the content writing space for over three years. With a Bachelors in Computer Applications, Vibha chooses to explore their passion for pop culture and gaming. When not hunkered over a controller trying to beat the Demon of Hatred in Sekiro, you can find Vibha relaxing to jazz during a digital painting session.