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Claim a free copy of NBA 2K21 for PC from the Epic Games Store

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The 2021 NBA postseason officially gets underway later this week, following the conclusion of the play-in tournament that will determine the final two playoff spots in the East and West. So, the timing of this week’s free game from the Epic Games Store couldn’t be more spot-on.

NBA 2K21 (for PC), the latest iteration of the long-running series of basketball games, is free to download and keep all week (until May 27 only) on the Epic Games Store.

Yes, you read correctly: free. So even if you already own multiple copies of the game elsewhere, it’s worth booting up the app to see how well it works on your system. You can’t argue with the price of nothing. If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to dive in, this week’s Epic giveaway is the perfect springboard.

SEE ALSO: NBA 2K21 for Switch review: Pretty, portable fun

For those not familiar, NBA 2K21 introduces a new shot-stick aiming system, while the MyCareer online staple The Neighborhood has been rebranded into The City. And though NBA 2K21 isn’t a massive leap on PC and current-gen consoles and has plenty of microtransactions for in-game items, it’s still a fun and rewarding time especially if you’re a fan of basketball.

Here’s how to download NBA 2K21 for free on the Epic Games Store:

  1. Visit this link: NBA 2K21 | Download and Buy Today – Epic Games Store.
  2. Sign in with your Epic Games Store account.
  3. Get the game for free until May 27.
  4. Install the Epic Games app on your PC and sign in with the account you used to claim your copy of NBA 2K21.
  5. Download the game onto your system and enjoy!

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.