The 2017 GOG Halloween Sale is on and there are quite a few good deals out there, along with the return of the famous GOG Connect with nearly 30 titles including POSTAL, Hand of Fate, Amnesia, and Sunless Sea.
Check out the deals below, and note that all links are affiliated. As a reminder, TechRaptor Pack Hunter members get a special discount for GOG as well as member giveaways!
GOG is great with classic titles, and this sale makes for a great opportunity at getting some of the best. Over 200 titles are discounted, some of which are marked down as high as 90% off. Snap up the original Quake or DOOM games at a solid discount, and if you buy either franchise in a bundle you can get them at a sweet 66% off the regular price. Hotline Miami is a fantastic frenetic top-down shooter that’s discounted by 80% (and recently celebrated it’s 5th anniversary as we discussed here), and if you’re out for a bit more of a thinking man’s story you can grab The Vanishing of Ethan Carter at the same 80% discount.
Aside from the great deals, GOG Connect is back again with some more chances to flesh out your DRM-free library. GOG Connect allows you to link up your Steam account and get the DRM-free versions of certain games that you own on Steam permanently added to your GOG account for a limited time. Here is the full list of Gog Connect titles this time:
If the deals alone aren’t enough to get your wallet out, GOG has thrown in an extra incentive – spend $15 or more during the sale and get a free copy of Tales of the Borderlands. If you’re down for getting some DRM-free games at a discount, swing on over to GOG.com [Affiliate Link] and check out the deals! The 2017 GOG Halloween Sale will last until November 2, 2017, at 6:00 PM Eastern Time.
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What do you think of the 2017 GOG Halloween Sale? Are there any particular games you’re keen on getting your hands on? What game do you wish was available on GOG? Let us know in the comments below!