Control is available for free on the Epic Games Store
Control, the superb supernatural thriller from Remedy, is currently available for free on the Epic Games Store until June 17th at 11 a.m. ET. All you need is an Epic Games account; simply check in to the store while the promotion is active and you may claim your copy of the PC game.
You should definitely try Control if you haven’t already. Exploring the game’s eerie paranormal setting was a lot of fun, and using protagonist Jesse Faden’s psychic skills to toss objects from the environment at adversaries is a lot of fun as well.
Control is available as part of Epic’s Mega Sale, which runs until June 17th and is open to everyone. Epic is offering its $10 Epic Coupons, which are applied immediately at checkout on eligible games that cost $14.99 or more during the sale, same like last year. There are also some significant reductions available for popular titles such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Cyberpunk 2077.
Control is an excellent thriller with hints of Metroid
It took only a few hours for me to adjust to the floating bodies. Control, the latest game from Remedy Entertainment, those bodies are completely everywhere. There they are, still and outfitted in business casual or orange hard hats and safety vests. However, as you continue to explore the game’s fantastical universe, they become less creepy. They’re like steps, desks, and coffee makers—just part of the scenery. At first, it was difficult to deal with their constant blabbering. However, after getting used to it, I’m at peace with it now. Even after hours of chanting, I felt uneasy.
What else is unusual and uncomfortable in the game? Control is based on those moments. It would be a blend of the X-Files with a Jeff VanderMeer novel, and it would be set in an open world game like Breath of the Wild.
Generally speaking, this combination works. the haunting setting of Control is fantastic These riddles get stranger and more intriguing the deeper you explore them. You’ll be up against all types of odd enemies while using a wide spectrum of magical abilities. It’s gratifying to soar through the air while psychically tossing fire extinguishers at enemies. In certain instances, control can degrade into a basic third-person shooter where you are sheltering behind cover. It ruins an otherwise enjoyable experience. But it’s worth seeing the unbelievably uncomfortable environment Remedy has built.