Week two of the GOG summer sale is underway, and to mark the occasion, the folks at GOG are offering roguelite FPS Ziggurat for free.

The shooter, which GOG describes as a “Painkiller-ish, Hexen-ish frantic first-person shooter” is free right now for everyone to download and keep, regardless of whether you’ve spent any money in the sale or not. The Ziggurat giveaway lasts until June 13th at 1 pm UTC, so make sure you grab your copy before then if you’re interested. Hey, grab one if you’re not; it’s a free game, right?

Elsewhere in the GOG #SummerGaming sale, which offers over 1000 games at up to 90% off, things are heating up (heh). To celebrate the release of a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer during Microsoft’s E3 conference on Sunday, GOG has prepared a collection of cyberpunk games they think you’ll like, and which are coincidentally also on sale. You can check those out here.

GOG is also currently offering up to 85% off games in The Witcher franchise. The original game is going for 85% off at $1.49, and the same percentage discount has been applied to The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition, which is currently up for $2.99. If you haven’t played 2015’s GOTY contender The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt yet, you can grab the base game for half price at $17.69, or pick up the GOTY edition with all DLC included for $19.78 (60% off). Rounding things off here is The Witcher Adventure Game, a digital version of the Witcher board game created by CD Projekt Red. Interested parties can pick that up for 75% off at $2.47.

A friendly reminder: you can still grab Sunless Sea for free as part of the GOG sale by spending $5 or more. Spending $20 or more on games in the sale will net you a free copy of RiME, so get while the getting’s good. As always, the GOG Connect programme is expanding, so check out this page to see which of your existing Steam games you can migrate to their shiny platform.

Finally, GOG is looking for “awesome and creative ways to put gaming in your summer”. These could be childhood photos, videos from yesterday, stories, or anything else you think might encapsulate gaming in the summer. Head over to GOG’s Twitter account or Facebook page to share your memories and be in with a chance of winning some games.

The GOG summer sale ends on June 18th at 10 pm UTC.

Disclosure: GOG works with TechRaptor for affiliate partnership, and TechRaptor earns a small commission off purchases made from links in this article. In addition, GOG provides a monthly giveaway to our Pack Hunter members.


Joe Allen

Staff Writer

Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.