Starting today, every time you buy something from the , you’ll get five percent of the value of your purchase back in store credit. The new program is called . You’ll receive the credit for almost all Epic purchases, including games, apps, DLC and even virtual currency like V-Bucks for . Some subscription purchases are eligible too.
You’ll receive the credit two weeks after you make a purchase. The credit stacks with discounts and coupons, though you can’t use it on subscriptions like Fortnite Crew. You won’t have to spend it on another game immediately, though it’s worth bearing in mind that each reward will expire 25 months after Epic adds it to your account. All users will be automatically enrolled in the program after they accept the store’s latest End User License Agreement, except for those who can’t make purchases on their account due to parental controls.
is rolling out the program on the same day that the storefront’s latest Mega Sale . The prices of many games have been cut by up to 75 percent. You can on the likes of (20 percent off), (75 percent off), (50 percent off) and (60 percent off).
The store will also automatically apply an Epic Coupon to purchases of at least $14.99. This will slash another 25 percent off the price at checkout. This applies to any game except for FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition, Madden NFL 23 All Madden Edition and EA Sports PGA Tour Deluxe Edition. The sale runs until June 15th.
Along with the rewards program and sale, Epic is continuing to offer users free games on a weekly basis. This latest title is another repeat but if you haven’t already snagged it, it’s worth picking up and at least taking a peek at Hideo Kojima’s .
This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/the-epic-games-store-starts-giving-users-five-percent-credit-back-on-purchases-175628763.html?src=rss
Get your space suits on! Futurama is finally back, and it’s as glorious as ever.
After a 10-year hiatus, an all-new season of Futurama is set to premiere on Hulu this summer. The beloved animated series, which first premiered in 1999, follows the adventures of Philip J. Fry (voiced by Billy West), a nonsensical slacker who was cryogenically preserved for a thousand years and brought back to life in the ripe year of 2999. The new season of Futurama sees the return of the show’s original cast of characters, with hilarious hijinks for new and old fans alike.
Season 11 of Futurama is set to premiere on Hulu on July 24 with new episodes releasing weekly. The season consists of 10 episodes, with John DiMaggio, Katey Sagal, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, David Herman, and Billy West returning.
A PLUS-SIZE woman has clapped back at trolls who call her “fat and ugly.”
She wanted to correct the record — fat, sure, but ugly? Never.
Kirsty, a body positive content creator, lounged in a pool on vacation as she responded to a troll’s hate comment[/caption]
Kirsty Leanne (@kirstyleannetravels) shared the video with over 100,000 TikTok followers.
The body positive content creator lounged in a flower-filled pool in a two-piece bathing suit as she read a troll’s hate comment.
“Replace the word english with fat and ugly and you’d be right,” they said.
The blonde smiled as she formed a response: “Fat? Yes!” she said.
However, she stopped the troll in their tracks with the next part of her answer.
Fat people can be just as attractive as non-fat folks, she said.
“Ugly?” she laughed. “Absolutely f***ing not.”
“Nice try,” she said, adding the hashtags #plussizequeen and #fatandhappy.
People took to the comments to share their thoughts on her response.
“People really are so jealous of the fact that you can love yourself they’ll try anything,” said one commenter.
“Girl you’re f***ing gorgeous.”
“Unhappy people go out of their way to try & bring others down to their level because it’s lonely at the bottom,” said another.
“Enjoy your travels, beautiful.”
The second-generation Tesla Roadster — the all-electric sports car that made a splashy and surprise debut in November 2017 — will “hopefully” go into production next year, CEO Elon Musk said Tuesday at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Austin, Texas. Emphasis on hopefully. The Roadster, which originally was supposed to come to market in […]
Tesla Roadster production has been pushed back again by Kirsten Korosec originally published on TechCrunch