Epic Games Store Release Crashes Without Files Called 'Steam'

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 10, 2019

The Epic Games Store has been giving away a different game for a two-week period as part of a promotion to get people onto the platform for their inaugural year.

Gameplay wise, Thimbleweed Park pays homage to early graphic adventure games, featuring third-person perspective and screen layout. Even if you don't consider yourself a fan of point and click adventures, we think Thimbleweed Park might just be the game to change your mind. Scott has worked on many games including the Batman and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale series as well as BioShock 2 and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified with 2K Games. Still, there's no better time to start!

Currently, Axiom Verge-the 2015 sci-fi shooter that's heavily inspired by the Metroid series-is available for free on the store. That game is a wonderfully weird platformer that can take you back to the glory days of 16-bit gaming. Both Tom Happ and Sergey Galyonkin (creator of Steam Spy and current employee at Epic Games) apologized for the error and not getting far enough in the uploaded version of the game to encounter the crashes before they appeared for the public.

The fix is out now, so if your game is up to date you should be fine. If you download Axiom Verge from Epic's servers, you'll have all the required files to complete the game.

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