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You Can Get Celeste For Free Later This Week

Fans of platform games can feel excited as the critically acclaimed - Celeste - will be free starting August 29th and ending on September 5th. It will be available on the Epic Games Store and if you have never played Celeste, it will be worth checking out.

When Celeste was released in January of 2018, it shook the video game world. It was universally acclaimed, was considered one of the best games of the year, and won "Best Independent Game" at The Game Awards 2018. The beautiful design and wonderful gameplay from Celeste helped make it a indie hit, selling over 500,000 copies by the end of its first year.

The game's soundtrack caught everyone's attention as well. The beautiful score added to the atmosphere of the game and really set the tone for the game itself. It won the "2018 Video Game Score Of The Year" at the ASCAP Composers' Choice Awards.

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Celeste is a beautifully design platformer that allows players to play as a girl named Madeline. As Madeline, you make your way up a dangerous mountain and do your best to avoid deadly obstacles along the way. Celeste is a journey of transformation as Madeline battles her demons while climbing the mountain and it effectively confronts the issues of mental health.

Celeste is a can't-miss for platform fans as well as fans of video games in general and there is no excuse to not own the game considering it will be free for an entire week. Even more appealing, is Celeste will be getting free DLC soon. The DLC is referred to as "Chapter 9" and will feature not only over 100 new levels, but will feature new songs and it's own storyline.

If you have an Epic Games Store account, don't miss your chance to get Celeste for free. If you don't, we highly advise that you do. Celeste is a beautifully made platform game that takes the player on an emotional and satisfying journey. Free DLC is coming soon and now is the perfect time to add Celeste to your gaming library. Celeste will be available starting August 29th and will run until September 5th.

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