Sometimes Christmas comes early. At least, that seems to be the case over at GOG. The site’s Winter Sale has just begun, with over 900 deals for games up to 90 percent off until Dec. 26. Oh, and there’s a free game offer this time around, too.
GOG’s The Winter Sale officially began on Dec. 12, and it opened with a timed deal on Grim Fandango Remastered. From Dec. 12 until Dec. 14 at 2pm UTC, shoppers can grab Grim Fandango Remastered for free with no strings attached, GOG explains in its official news post on the sale.
From there, GOG is also offering tiered unlocks depending on how much money shoppers spend during the sale. For buying $15 worth in purchases, GOG is offering Hard West. And GOG fans can pick up 2016’s Master of Orion after purchasing $40 worth in games. And yes, anything purchasable during the sale goes toward unlocking those games, including DLC and Gwent cards. Here’s some of the highlights from the holiday sale, listed below.
- Cuphead—15% off ($16.99, was $19.99)
- Tyranny—60% off ($17.99, was $44.99)
- The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition—60% off ($19.99, was $49.99)
- A Hat in Time—50% off ($14.99, was $29.99)
- Dragon Age: Origins—75% off ($4.99, was $19.99)
- Kerbal Space Program—40% off ($23.99, was $39.99)
- Yooka-Laylee—50% off ($19.99, was $39.99)
- Stardew Valley—33% off ($9.99, was $14.99)
- STRAFE: Millenium Edition 50% off ($9.99, was $19.96)
- Hollow Knight—33% off ($9.99, was $14.99)
Once again, there’s also a couple bundles available to pick up during The Winter Sale. Here’s some of the highlights, with each available until Dec. 26.
- Fighting Bundle—75% off ($14.90, was $59.90)
- Lucasfilm Classics Bundle—75% off ($15.41, was $61.91)
- Rayman Bundle—60% off ($17.55, was $43.95)
- Frictional Bundle—85% off ($11.96, was $79.96)
- SWAT Bundle—50% off ($19.96, was $39.96)
Last but not least, GOG is also hosting a loot box-style system where shoppers can spend $3 for Stars. Each Star features a game priced somewhere in value between $5.99 and $44.99. And every Star is guaranteed a game, although it’s unclear which one buyers will get. But still, GOG’s approach to loot boxes is an interesting take in a world that’s quickly growing weary with the whole entire system.
Remember, GOG’s The Winter Sale ends on Dec. 26, so get your shopping in sooner rather than later this holiday season.