Today, GOG.COM announced that their Winter Sale would be celebrating its grand finale, with over 2500 games on sale up to 95% off and giving away Tower of Time for free until January 1st.
Tower of Time is a real-time tactical RPG set in the fantasy world of Artara. It features over 50 hours of content, hand-crafted levels, and a cinematic story that aims to "take classic RPG gameplay to the next level." Players will be able to watch their characters grow through complex character development, enjoy claiming thousands of pieces of loot and equipment and utilize the real-time 'Arrow-Time' combat system.
Other games of note that are available include the brand new The Witcher Universe Collection, which will either allow you to complete your collection of Witcher games or buy all of them for only 26.99 USD / 26.99 EUR / 19.99 GBP. Or, you can individually buy titles such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - GOTY Edition (-70%) and Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (-50%).
GOG's Winter Sale lasts until January 2nd, 2020, at 2 PM UTC. The Witcher Universe Collection is available until January 5, 2020, at 2 PM UTC.
To activate the deal, sign in on GOG.COM and claim a free copy of Tower of Time.
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It's ironic that this game, in particular, would go on sale, because I've been eyeing Tower of Time for the past year or so. I've moused over the 'purchase' button on GOG and Steam more than a few times, and now it's available for free, which is awesome news. Even more awesome is their game that's coming out next year, Dark Envoy, which is a non-linear RPG that is said to be a combination of the Divinity series, XCOM, and Dragon Age, and there's even a mode where you can play with a friend who takes over the final boss. Really cool stuff.
Do you have any interest in Tower of Time? Do you like the real-time RPG genre? Let us know in the comments!