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Black Friday DRM-Free PC Sale Starts Early at GOG

Plus, Limbo and Inside come to GOG.

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[UPDATE] GOG's Black Friday sale has begun. Below are some highlighted deals, but be sure to go to the GOG site to see a roundup of all the deals.

  • Limbo -- $2
  • Inside -- $15
  • Shadow Warrior 2 -- $30
  • Day of the Tentactle Remastered -- $10
  • Shadowrun: Hong Kong -- $6.70
  • Hyper Light Drifter -- $6.70
  • Darkest Dungeon -- $15

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The Witcher developer's DRM-free PC store, GOG, will have a Black Friday sale. You don't have to wait until November 25, however, as the sale begins tomorrow, November 22, at 3 AM PT / 6 AM ET.

Divinity: Original Sin -- Enhanced Edition will be marked down to $20, while Vampire: The Masquerade -- Bloodlines will go for $5. Additionally, Kerbal Space Program will be discounted to $24, Day of the Tentacle Remastered and Banished to $5, and Grim Dawn to $15. On top of that, GOG will offer games in the Stalker series for up to 75 percent off. These were the only announced deals--check back tomorrow for more.

Playdead's Inside
Playdead's Inside

Additionally, Playdead's acclaimed platformers, Limbo and Inside, will launch on GOG tomorrow alongside the Black Friday sale. Limbo will be marked down by 80 percent, and if you already own it on Steam, you can add it to your GOG Connect library for free. This offer expires on January 1.

GOG's Black Friday sales ends on Sunday, November 27.

Keep checking back with GameSpot for more Black Friday deals in the days ahead. For now, use the links below to see what some major retailers will offer.

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I need all wither 3 dlc for under 20 bucks k thanks.

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Hyper light drifter for 6.70?! Darn good deal.

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@santinegrete: Was just thinking about that one too.

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I appreciate their contribution to gaming so far and I wish them the best of luck in the coming years, but I find their shop to be really lacking when compared to Steam, even though they don't have DRM. Like the only games I find worth buying there are The Witcher games and the odd "AA-A" game they might have, everything else looks like it was made with a budget of 100 bucks.

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@REDShadowG: I like classic PC games and games made for PC over AAA ports tbh. GoG has a great selection for me and DRM free is wonderful.

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@metalhead9806: Good for you I suppose, I play any kinda games.

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@REDShadowG:Then you should find lots to like on Gog. There's a ton of good indie games--limbo, ftl, paper please, Shadowrun (Dragonfall is especially awesome), outlast (scariest game I've ever played), Bastion (maybe my all-time favorite indie game), The Swapper (the only game competing with Bastion)--along with a number of classic games KOTOR and the D&D games are especially good.

I myself own most of those games on steam and while steam will always have a larger selection, there's a lot of good stuff on GOG.

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@RS13: Many of my favorite franchises are absent there and even when it comes to the games they do have, I don't feel like dividing my games library in countless different places. The only way I don't buy something on Steam is if it ain't there.

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@REDShadowG: That's fine, I'm not trying to convince you to shop there. I'm just saying that there is lots of good stuff there. FWIW, you can add games to your steam library which were purchased elsewhere. Now, if you like to keep your library in list view, the icons will be really ugly, but it's an option nonetheless.

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@REDShadowG: 90 percent of the games on steam dont sell, you dont need a huge catalog, just a good one

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@haze0986: And the platform lacks even those.

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@REDShadowG: Most likely their shop is lacking *because* of their lack of DRM. Not all developers/publishers are trusting enough that people won't steal their stuff.

They're definitely a long ways away from having a library to match Valve's. Whenever given the choice, I'll always resort to GoG first, though.

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@chibi-acer: The other good thing with Gog is all the extras they usually throw in too.

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@chibi-acer: Yes, that's the biggest one obviously.

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@REDShadowG: What type of games do you like man? I mean did you just buy a PC to play better looking AAA ports? All the big PC games are on GoG with the exception of Valve and Blizzard stuff. Just looking at the top sellers shows. Grim Dawn, Shadow Warrior 2, Tyranny, Witcher 3, Kerbal Space Program, Divinity Original Sin 2, Dying Light, Shadow Run Hong Kong, Darkest Dungeon, Pillars of Eternity, Stardew Valley, Silence, Owlboy, Corpse Party, Obduction, Torchlight II and many. many more.

The store has a pretty insane collection.

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My wallet is still healing from their Monstrous Fall Sale from a week or two ago.

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@superbry23: i deliberately missed that one :)

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