Buy Anything On GOG.com, Get The Witcher: EE For Free

If only there was a horn that sounded whenever PC games were being given away for free…

GOG.com (Good Old Games for the OG’s amongst you) is the Mecca of awesome PC game deals, and its fifth birthday celebration is no different. Anyone who purchases anything — yes, anything — on GOG.com this week (through October 17th) will also receive a free copy of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition.

From the GOGcom blog:

Buy any game on GOG.com and get the Witcher 1, too, free for a limited time!

This is the final week of our 5th Birthday Celebration. We’re going to go above and beyond the call of birthday, though, and give you guys something incredible for our final thank you: buy anything on GOG.com–yes, anything–and get a free copy of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition with any purchase.

It’s a definite must-have for all RPG fans and, frankly, all story-oriented mature gamers, and now, for an entire week it comes at an unbeatable price of free!

Combine that with the sale that we have right now on Divinity: Dragon Commander for extra promotional goodness, or find anything else that strikes your fancy and get a copy of the Witcher. Buy one for your friends–heck, at this price go ahead and buy one for people you don’t even like all that much. ;)

This special offer lasts until Thursday, October 17 at 9:59 AM GMT

The Witcher was originally released in October 2007, and the Enhanced Edition followed one year later. The PC RPG was heralded for its decision-heavy gameplay, as well as for gorgeous pre-rendered cinematics. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is slated for release in 2014, and it was one of our favorite games at E3 2013.

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2 Comments on Buy Anything On GOG.com, Get The Witcher: EE For Free

R.J.

On October 11, 2013 at 8:39 am

This is quite literally worth it regardless of what game you end up buying.

CatmanStu

On October 14, 2013 at 9:25 am

Now this is how you do marketing (take notes Activision and EA).

Customers get a great deal with NO STRINGS ATTACHED – check.
CDPR get more customers on board with The Witcher franchise – check.
GOG gets good and well deserved publicity – check.
NO DRM – check, check, and check again.*

*That one is there for any potential Steam comparisons.