A Total War Saga: Troy will be free to download and permanently keep for anyone who downloads it from the Epic Games Store within the first 24 hours of launch.
The upcoming Total War game is currently set to release on 13 August exclusively on the Epic Games Store, so it would be wise to pencil that date in your calendar to make sure you bag the free download in time.
A Total War Troy Saga: Troy will also launch on other digital PC storefronts (including Steam) from August 2021, although that will be a year-long wait for anyone who wishes to stay loyal to alternative PC platforms.
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