Epic Games Free Mystery Game December 26 Predictions and Leaks (Update)

The rabbit is now out of the hat.

Update 2: It has been confirmed officially that F.I.S.T Forged in Shadow Torch is the new free game to redeem on Epic Games Store today.

Update: billbil-kun has now revealed the next free games for December 27-28 titles. For December 27, 2022, the next free game giveaway is Severed Steel. On December 28, 2022, the game will be Mortal Shell.

Epic Games free mystery game giveaway is still ongoing in its online store and recently on Christmas, a big game just got released. The next day, a new game just got leaked ahead of the announcement and it is quite recent.

Epic Games Free Mystery Game List

Today is now the twelfth day of the Epic 15 days of free mystery games given away by Epic Games. Users are able to redeem all of these select games for free but they are only available for only a day just like before. A new game gets unveiled after the time limit expires and the cycle begins starts again.

Check out the current list of free games given away by Epic Games Store:

Dec 15 – Bloons TD6

Dec 16 – Horizon Chase Turbo

Dec 17 – Costume Quest 2

Dec 18 – Sable

Dec 19 – Them’s Fightin’ Herds

Dec 20 – Wolftenstein The New Order

Dec 21 – LEGO Builder’s Journey

Dec 22 – Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics

Dec 23 – Encased

Dec 24 – Metro Last Light Redux

Dec 25 – Death Stranding

Leak Reveals Next Game

Billbill-kun has now revealed the next Epic Games free mystery game to be given away a few hours later. It was revealed in their new leak that the next free title is F.I.S.T.  Forged in Shadow Torch. Based on the Christmas wrapping covering the next free game, it shows a fist with rabbit ears on it. It definitely hints FIST and RABBIT.

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What is F.I.S.T. Forged in Shadow Torch?

F.I.S.T.: Forged In Shadow Torch is a Metroidvania action game featuring exploration, intense combat and challenging platforming.

Current ETA before Reveal

The current ETA before the big reveal is over 2 hours.

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