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GOG Black Friday Sale starts today

Lots of discounts, no DRM.

Joining the Steam Autumn Sale and the Epic Games Store Sale is GOG with its Black Friday discounts. The GOG Black Friday Sale will run until December 3, but with surprise flash deals exclusive to Black Friday. Over 2000 games are currently on sale, discounted between 10% to 90%. Check out the sale here.

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What’s for sale?

Unlike its competition, GOG lives by its “you buy it, you own it” philosophy — it’s the perfect storefront for gamers looking to ditch cumbersome DRM. And, with GOG Galaxy 2.0, users can remedy PC gaming’s ultimate issue by uniting their game libraries. Of course, this means every game you purchase this Black Friday included.

Staying true to its roots, GOG has a lot of oldies up for grabs. Older Anno, Heroes of Might & Magic, Unreal, Red Faction titles, and more are seeing steep discounts. Another heavy hitter is Diablo + Hellfire, which Blizzard only recently gave the green light for. Hellfire originally released in 1997 as a third-party expansion for Diablo, and is now being bundled with every copy of the game on GOG.

Discounts across the board are looking competitive, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t compare prices with other storefronts. Games from the Fallout franchise, for example, just barely edge out Steam prices.

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The current top sellers include (all prices USD):

Indies you shouldn’t miss:

  • Gris:  $7.49 (50% off)
  • Firewatch:  $5.99 (70% off)
  • Hollow Knight:  $7.49 (50% off)
  • Dead Cells:  $15.99 (30% off)
  • Into the Breach:  $7.49 (50% off)
  • Superhot:  $9.99 (60% off)
  • The Witness:  $9.99 (75% off)

Check out the sale if you’re looking for something to spice up your holidays.

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A self-deprecating, overly sarcastic pair of glasses that occasionally possesses a human host in order to partake in the delightful process of playing video games, then immediately complaining about them. When he is not playing games (a rare occurrence), he can be found either writing about things that no one cares about, or haunting the quiet streets of his Canadian suburb.