GOG.com Offers Double Dragon Trilogy Free with your Next Purchase

GOG.com is hosting its own summer sale, with a ton of different games on huge discounts. Some of the games currently on sale are The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year edition, Rayman Origins, Hollow Knight, Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition, and a lot more. To sweeten the deal some more, you can get Double Dragon Trilogy for free with your next purchase.

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GOG.com Offers Double Dragon Trilogy Free with your Next Purchase
GOG.com Offers Double Dragon Trilogy Free with your Next Purchase

Summer is the most stressful time of year for every PC gamer’s wallet. Of course, the most popular “event” is the Steam Summer Sale, but that’s far from all of it. The Humble Store is holding Racing Week, offering discounts on a bunch of racing games.

Now, even GOG.com is joining the party. Their current Weekly Sale brings huge discounts to a lot of different games from their catalog. Some of the prices are down by 90%. On top of that, you can get the Double Dragon trilogy with your next purchase completely free. The bundle includes Double Dragon, Double Dragon II: The Revenge and Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone.

As for which games are on sale: for starters, all three Witcher games. Witcher and Witcher 2 are both Enhanced Editions, and you can get Witcher 3 either as a Standard Edition or GOTY edition. Other games include System Shock and System Shock 2, Rayman Origins, Hollow Knight, Heroes of Might and Magic I-V, Caesar IV, Icewind Dale, Baldur’s Gate 1 and 2, and a whole lot more. Most of these games are Enhanced or other kinds of Special editions and include various bonus stuff.

This GOG.com weekly sale lasts until July 3rd, so you have a little more time to make your decision. You can go to the GOG.com website and browse through the discounted games. As for Double Dragon trilogy, you’ll get a separate email with the code once you make your purchase. You can redeem it until July 10th.

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