Homeworld Remastered Collection Begins Approach for Free Epic Store Appearance

Homeworld Remastered Collection - mothership and support craft

Homeworld Remastered Collection, the modern update for a sci-fi classic, is coming to the Epic games Store for free at the end of July.

While two absolutely stellar games are already free on the Epic games Store right now, there’s something else coming. On 27 July 2023, Homeworld Remastered Collection will exit jump and land on the frontpage of the Epic Games Store at a cost of $0/£0 or the local equivalent of no money down. Originally released in 2015, and itself a modern update of the 1999 tactical space sim, this is a must have game for pretty much anybody that can run it.

The Homeworld remastered Collection comet o Epic games Store with the very first late 90s masterpiece, the follow-on sequel, and the ability to plug in and play online multiplayer versions of this saga. Both the first two titles come with a modern remaster, improved graphics, a fully remastered score and new, high fidelity voice recordings by the original actors. Players who already own the series will also know that this bundle includes the original versions of the games, which find a planet bound species unearth an ancient alien spaceship. This relic doesn’t just unlock the secrets to interstellar travel, but a dark past and an old adversary.
This sets the stage for some kind of trek across the stars, and Relic’s acclaimed space based RTS. Exploding the battlefield into real time 3D, players must defend their mothership, battle violent fleets, manage resources, and expand their tech tree in a battlefield that still feels original today.

Homeworld Remastered Collection will be available between 27 to 3 August. It is joined by Severed Steel too. This also means you’ve still got plenty of time to grab the quirky and brilliant Murder by Numbers or The Elder Scrolls Online for free right now. Check out the Epic Games Store for how to pick up these PC freebies.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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