At this point, I don’t think I have to tell anyone that Cyberpunk 2077 is not only the most anticipated game of the year, if not the past five or ten years. What may surprise some people is that the game is finally coming out on December 10th. That’s next Thursday, so if you haven’t put in any time off to play the entire game, Monday is probably your last chance, if you didn’t already miss it.

If you’re like me though, you probably either can’t afford the game so close to the holiday season, can’t play it on your platform of choice, or just don’t have the time or interest in a game that big. This could be the perfect time to dig through your backlog of games and find something worth playing. If you’re not though, Epic is once again coming through with solid games.

Starting the same day that Cyberpunk 2077 releases, the Epic Games Store is offering Pillars of EternityDefinitive Edition and Tyranny – Gold Edition. These are both fantastic RPG games, although set in a fantasy universe, so if you were hoping for a sci-fi romp filled with guns and crazy vehicles, unfortunately these won’t fill that void.

At this point, I don’t think I have to tell anyone that Cyberpunk 2077 is not only the most anticipated game of the year, if not the past five or ten years. What may surprise some people is that the game is finally coming out on December 10th. That’s next Thursday, so if you haven’t put in any time off to play the entire game, Monday is probably your last chance, if you didn’t already miss it.

If you’re like me though, you probably either can’t afford the game so close to the holiday season, can’t play it on your platform of choice, or just don’t have the time or interest in a game that big. This could be the perfect time to dig through your backlog of games and find something worth playing. If you’re not though, Epic is once again coming through with solid games.

Starting the same day that Cyberpunk 2077 releases, the Epic Games Store is offering Pillars of EternityDefinitive Edition and Tyranny – Gold Edition. These are both fantastic RPG games, although set in a fantasy universe, so if you were hoping for a sci-fi romp filled with guns and crazy vehicles, unfortunately these won’t fill that void.

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