- The GOG Winter Sale starts today.
- It features over 2,500 deals up to 95% off – plus Wasteland 2 for free!
- It may be time to give GOG a go.
The GOG Winter Sale is now live, and with more than its fair share of tempting deals, CD Projekt Red’s digital storefront is giving Steam a run for its money.
Valve’s rival festive discount bonanza won’t start until Dec. 19, according to leaked dates, giving GOG over a week’s head start.
If you’ve ever considered checking out GOG, there’s never been a better time.
GOG Winter Sale Includes Wasteland 2 for Free
The GOG Winter Sale runs for 22 full days from today until Jan. 2 and features over 2,500 deals according to the official blurb. Discounts range as high as 95%.
A free copy of Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut is also up for grabs to sweeten the deals, although the offer ends on Dec. 13 at 2 pm UTC, so grab it while you can.
For the retro-enthusiasts among you, the game also comes with a copy of the original 1988 Wasteland.
Leafing through the GOG Winter Sale, you’ll find it covers big-budget AAA titles down to indie obscurities, and everything in between. There’s something for everyone.
A Selection of the Best GOG Winter Deals
You can pick up Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice with 66% off for around $11.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition featuring the base game and the excellent Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions is selling for less $14 as part of the GOG Winter Sale.
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Asobo’s gripping vermin-infested adventure, A Plague Tale: Innocence, lands a 50% discount.
Narrative adventure Firewatch is under $6. BioShock Remastered and Anno 1404 are yours for around $4.
Stardew Valley is 20% off, as is Return of the Obra Din.
Delightfully challenging adventure puzzle, The Witness, is the lowest we’ve ever seen it with a 60% discount taking the price down to under $16.
As for more recent titles, GOG is flogging Spiders’ fantasy-RPG GreedFall with a 25% off coupon.
This article was edited by Josiah Wilmoth.