GOG.com announced that they’ve joined up with Nexus Mods and the PC Master Race sub-Reddit in order to give away $3,000 worth of free games. They’ve also partnered up with MSI and Corsair to give away a free GTX 1070 TI Titanium and a Corsair peripheral set.
The rules are pretty simple:
1 – Head over to the PCMR sub-Reddit
2 – Drop a comment in the thread
3 – Get stuff
As I said, it’s simple.
This is all part of a giveaway to celebrate modding on PC.
According to GOG.com, they mentioned that they teamed up with Nexus Mods as part of the site’s overhaul redesign…
“It’s one of the things that defines PC gaming – keeping our favorite games alive (and better!), bringing us together as a community, a way to explore our passions, sometimes an open door into the industry of our dreams.
“So it only stands to reason that Nexus Mods – the biggest, most active modding network out there right now – has a very special place in our hearts… The Nexus Mods site has just undergone a huge redesign and we took the occasion to say thanks to the PC gaming community together!”
There will be 114 winners selected, including 30 game keys for Divinity: Original Sin 2, 35 keys for Stardew Valley, 15 keys for the first Divinity: Original Sin, 15 keys for Starbound, and 15 keys for Neverwinter Nights. The remaining winners will receive an MSI GeFore GTX 1070 TI Titanium with 8GB of VRAM, a MSI X299 Tomahawk Arctic Motherboard, an MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard, and a Corsair set consisting of an K95 RGB Platinum Mechanical Keyboard, an MM800 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad, a Void Pro Gaming Headset, a Glaive Gaming Mouse and an ST100 Headset Stand.
Lots of goodies for lots of gamers.
You’ll have to retrieve the game keys from GOG.com if you do decide to enter and if you are picked as a winner.
It’s also quite the giveaway just for a site redesign, eh? The best part about it is that you don’t have to join a club or pay a fee to access all the great mods on Nexus Mods.
Anyway, you can hop on over to the PCMR sub-Reddit for a chance to win something sweet, courtesy of GOG.com, MSI and Corsair.