The quarantine due to COVID-19 is still ongoing in a lot of locales around the world and we’ll need a lot of distractions to survive the boredom. Thankfully, the Epic Store has been giving away free games since last year and today, a surprise addition joins the roster as World War Z goes for the cheap cheap price of… $0!

As with all of the free games from the Epic Store, you just have to download the client similar to steam and start playing from there! No frills, all free.

World War Z joins Figment and Tormentor x Punisher as your free games from today until April 2.

Grand Guilds, a story driven turn based RPG with card based combat mechanics, is currently scheduled to be released later today via digital realease. Steam, Utomik, and European Nintendo eShop account holders will be able to play the game come 10PM and US Nintendo eShop account holders will follow suit at 12MN.

Filipino based developers Drix Studios and publishers Keybol Games are as excited as the local fans because finally we can get to have a homegrown game that local gamers can fully support, with the hopes of bringing the emerging talents of the local game development scene into the forefront.

Grand Guilds will retail for $19.99 (or around PHP1,000) but if you pre-order before it goes live, you can avail of the 10% discount upon purchase!

In an unprecedented move, reports are pointing to Horizon Zero Dawn being released for the PC. What was once a PlayStation exclusive, this could possibly mean the end of exclusives moving forward, a massive chip that Sony once had over other competitors.

Sources tell Kotaku that “This news comes from three people familiar with Sony’s plans, all speaking anonymously because they were not authorized to talk to press.”

Horizon Zero Dawn is a gem of a game when it was released back in 2017, bringing massive success to Guerilla Games. With this move, this is the first time we’ll be seeing a Sony published title make it’s way to a different platform. While still not on the Xbox, a wider audience in the PC market will be able to enjoy the game once a more concrete schedule has been announced.

Is the era of exclusives finally over? Will other titles like God of War and Uncharted make their way out to PC as well? Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently a timed exclusive for 1 year, so the future strategy of keeping it for an amount of time could be in play, which in turn will lead to more profit for the studio and Sony while at the same time driving hardware sales.

In the end, it’s the gamers that will benefit most from this arrangement, as most everyone will get to experience these masterpieces across different platforms.