Free NBA 2K21 Is Up For Grabs on the Epic Games Store

Just when you thought that Epic Games had already forgotten about its month-long annual Mega Sale, they go and release a brand-new trailer for it, along with one of the biggest free games that they've given away in a while.

Get yourself a free NBA 2K21 on the Epic Games Store until May 27.

Get a Free NBA 2K21 on Epic Games' Tab

For all its flaws, NBA 2K21 remains a popular game that's well-loved by millions all over the globe.

If you're interested in playing some virtual hoops, Epic Games has got you covered. The Epic Games Store just opened up its treasure trove of big AAA titles and will be giving away copies of NBA 2K21 free on the PC.

For those who want to get NBA 2K21 for free, all they have to do is to go to the Epic Games Store Vault anytime from today until May 27, 2021.

On top of the free NBA 2K21 copy from the Vault, Epic Games is also bringing back the Epic Coupon for the Epic Mega Sale. Basically, the Epic Coupon is a $10 discount on any game priced at $14.99 and higher during the month-long sale. Then, when you use an Epic Coupon, you'll get another Epic Coupon to use once again.

Click here to learn more about how the Epic Coupon works.

The free NBA 2K21 promotion on the Epic Games Store comes just in time for the start of the NBA Playoffs for the 2020-21 season. But, if you're not a fan of NBA 2K21, then worry not. The Epic Mega Sale also has massive discounts on big AAA titles such as Cyberpunk 2077 (20% off) and Assassin's Creed Valhalla (25% off), as well as indie hits like Hades (20% off), among others.

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>NBA 2K21 also isn't going to be the only free game to be given away during the month-long Epic Mega Sale. Epic plans to give away at least one title every week until June 17, so you'll want to check on the Epic Games Store periodically to see what kind of treasures the Vault will be giving away in the coming weeks.

Speaking of NBA 2K21, the latest installment in 2K's long-running basketball sim is included among the titles where PlayStation owners can claim in-game rewards as part of the latest Play at Home update.

Ray Ampoloquio
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