A post-new year’s sale is currently going on over at GOG.com, even though we just got done from all the slashings and price-cuts from the Christmas sales. The New Year’s Revolution Sale is active right at this very moment and will run up until January 15th, next week.
More than 100 games are currently discounted, ranging from 5% off all the way up to 90% off. This includes old-school classics and new-school gems, many of which are also on rotational discounts every 24 hours. So there’s continued reasons to pop back in and see what’s available at a lower price.
So what sort of games can get at what prices? Well, there’s Torment: Tides of Numenera, which is 40% off and marked down to $26.99, along with Pillars of Eternity, which is 25% off and marked down to $29.99. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is 60% off, and you can grab a copy for only $19.99.
If you need to dive into the world of The Witcher before the third game, you can grab The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings for 85% off, marked down to only $2.99. Games like Torchlight II are also discounted by up to 80% off, marked down to $3.99.
Divine Divinity is one of those rare 90% off titles, available for as little as $059. You really can’t get a better deal than that.
The new Oriental Empires is nearly half off, marked down by 40$ and available for only $17.99.
The isometric, hack-and-slash, cyberpunk action-game, Ruiner, is also already marked down even though it just recently came out not too long ago. You can get it for 33% off for only $13.39.
Classic games like Theme Hospital are also available at a rather steep discount, marked down by 75% for only $1.49.
Perhaps point-and-click games are your flavor? Well, there’s Day of the Tentacle, which is 75% off for only $3.79, and Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth, which is 25% off and available for $22.49.
Old classics like Dungeon Keeper 2 and Deponia are both marked down where you can grab them for only $1.49 each.
You can take your time and look over the deals since you’ve got up until next Monday on January 15th to cash in on all the discounts and deals.
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