300-Plus DRM-Free Games Discounted in New PC Sale

The promotion runs until October 2, with new games added every day.


The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red's PC games store, GOG, has launched a "Back to School" sale. As part of the promotion, more than 300 games are marked down by as much as 90 percent.

Some of the discounted games right now include Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines ($6.70), Day of the Tentacle Remastered ($7.50), Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition ($80), and Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition ($30). There are also collections of games on sale, including a LucasArts collection that has 10 games for under 17 and an Anno collection for around $11.

No Caption Provided

Go to GOG to see all the available deals. Don't see anything you like? New titles will be added every day for the duration of the sale, which runs until Sunday, October 2. Keep checking back with GameSpot for more.

Additionally, GOG announced today that new GOG Connect titles have been added to the library, including Hotline Miami, X Rebirth, Anno 1404, Dex, and Shadow Warrior (2013). As announced previously, GOG Connect lets you link your GOG and Steam accounts to add some GOG games to your Steam library for free. This service launched in June 2016.

GOG said in June that the service is based on the premise, "Why buy the games more than once?"

Watch live streams, videos, and more from GameSpot’s summer event. Check it out

Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email news@gamespot.com

Join the conversation
There are 17 comments about this story