GOG Black Friday Sale Now Live, Lasts Until Next Tuesday

The Black Friday Sale in GOG.com is live, just as you’d expect. It offers over three hundred discounts, some of which go up to 90%. Some of the games featured in the sale include The Witcher 3, Senua’s Sacrifice, Dead Cells, Torment: Tides of Numenera, and so on.

GOG Black Friday Sale Now Live, Lasts Until Next Tuesday
GOG Black Friday Sale Now Live, Lasts Until Next Tuesday

The Black Friday sale is in full swing on GOG.com, offering pretty significant discounts on a wide array of games from different genres and generations. The sale will last until Tuesday, November 28th, and includes giveaways and freebies, like any good sale should.

Let’s start with the freebies. You can pick up the 1997 shooter MDK for free if you act super-fast, because the offer is ending in three hours as of writing this article. The other reward you can get is StarCrawlers, which you’ll get for free, but only after you’ve spent $15 or more. This offer lasts until the end of the sale. IF you’re not familiar with StarCrawlers, in short, it’s a sci-fi dungeon crawler RPG with a strong hint of Cyberpunk and Shadowrun.

As for the deals and discounts that will be on offer, you can pick up “over three hundred deals up to 90% among all-time classics and greatest premiers of the year”. Some of the games on the list include The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition (going for $20), Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice ($26.60), Torment: Tides of Numenera ($22.50), Dead Cells ($15), Heroes of Might and Magic 3 Complete Edition ($2.50). There’s also a whole list of games that are under two bucks, including Civilization 3, We Are The Dwarves, Total Annihilation, Commandos 2 and 3, Two Worlds, X-Com: Terror from the Deep, etc. Last, but certainly not least, there’s a number of bundles, which give huge markdowns on absolutely classic series, such as Legacy of Kain, Heroes of Might & Magic, Tomb Raider, Ultima, Wing Commander, and more. So, head on to the GOG store and see what you can grab.

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