GOG Summer Sale Lets You Try Destroy All Humans and System Shock Remakes

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GOG has launched its annual Summer Sale for 2020, and it's a doozy. This year's GOG Summer Sale is offering the chance to play some demos for major upcoming titles like System Shock and Desperados III. There are also over 3000 deals on games with up to a 95% discount, as well as a chance to build your own bundles for even bigger discounts. Let's take a look at some of the highlights!


GOG Summer Sale - Fresh New Demos

Lest you think it's just great deals on new and old games alike, think again. The GOG Summer Sale is also throwing out the chance to play demos of some excellent upcoming titles. Remember demos? GOG certainly does, and they've joined the trend this year of making upcoming games playable for a time. Western stealth tactics game Desperados III and upcoming havoc-filled alien sandbox Destroy All Humans! both have demos to check out. You can also try out the reimagining of seminal immersive sim System Shock. JRPG-influenced Cris Tales, RPG Vagrus - The Riven Realms, reverse horror game Carrion, and the dreamlike Spiritfarer all also have demos to take a look at.

 
 

GOG Summer Sale - Big Discounts

GOG is kicking off the summer this year with some absolutely huge discounts on games. We're just going to point up a few big ones because there are far too many great deals to mention here. Take a trip through a nostalgic summer wilderness with a dark heart in Campo Santo's narrative adventure Firewatch (75% off). Continuing on a theme of the great outdoors, if you haven't caught Booker DeWitt's trippy alt-1920s adventure BioShock Infinite: Complete Edition (also 75% off), we suggest you do so. Evergreen CRPG classics Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (50% off) and Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition (50% off) are well worth checking out as well. Don't forget to check out the full GOG Summer Sale for literally thousands of deals!

GOG Summer Sale - Build Your Own Bundle

If all of that wasn't enough, GOG is also giving you the chance to build your own bundle from a variety of different publishers. Adding multiple games from the same publisher to your basket will massively increase the discount you're getting on games. Big publisher names like Devolver Digital, EA, Activision, and Paradox are taking part, so make sure to browse long and hard before you make your decision.


We think that there's plenty for you to be getting on with in this year's GOG Summer Sale. Don't forget to take a look at GOG Galaxy, as you'll need it to play games you grab in the sale. It's a pretty excellent launcher anyway, so it should be on your radar whether or not you're planning to get anything. Several of the games in TechRaptor's very own GOG Collection are up for sale, too, and you can't go wrong with those, so be sure to check out GOG's TechRaptor Collection for some truly excellent deals. Happy hunting!

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