GOG, the digital distribution website from Polish recreation developer CD Projekt, launched a Summer Sale on Wednesday, providing “over 3,000 stellar deals” on PC video games, together with “two out-of-this-world, DRM-free releases.”
The GOG Summer Sale has an outer house theme, btw.
The two DRM-free releases discounted within the GOG Summer Sale are Metro Exodus (50% off) and Prey (70% off). Both video games had been lately added to the platform. Some different highlights from the sale embody 50% off Divinity: Original Sin 2 and Baldur’s Gate 2, 75% off Firewatch and XCOM 2, and 25% off on of Polygon’s 2018 Games of the Year, Return of the Obra Dinn.
GOG can be providing build-your-own writer bundles as a part of the Summer Sale. Get an additional 5% low cost if you purchase three video games from a single collaborating writer (Devolver, Paradox Interactive, or EA, to call just a few) and an additional 10% if you purchase 5 or extra video games. And should you’ve already purchased a type of writer’s video games via GOG, that title counts in direction of your bundle.
In addition to the discounted video games, GOG is providing seven free demos of a number of upcoming video games, together with an alpha demo of the long-awaited System Shock reboot. The different out there demos are Desperados 3, Destroy All Humans!, Cris Tales, Vagrus, Spiritfarer, and Carrion.
GOG’s Summer Sale runs via June 15.