GOG Back-to-School Sale 2018 Begins!

Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2018 - 03:54 PM |
Tagged: pc gaming, sales

After summer comes back-to-school. What is the relevance for video games? Well, students will probably need to cut back on them, so might as well use it as an excuse for big sales.

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The Back-to-School sale at GOG.com is actually pretty big this year. The gimmick, which is common for the site, new deals come and go. Specifically, it looks like one new deal occurs every hour, on the hour, and it lasts for six hours. These can go up to 90%-off. There is also another batch of sales that are not time limited. In total, over 500 games will be reduced for the event.

Two highlights that got me to click the buy button is Yooka-Laylee ($8.59 USD, 75%-off – Note: NOT Digital Deluxe Edition, although that’s all extras, such as a manual and an art book) and Homeworld: Remastered Collection ($5.29 USD, 85%-off). The former title was one that I was looking forward to during its Kickstarter, but never quite pulled the trigger on. I’ll give it a silly purple Canadian ten-dollar-bill, though.

Find a buried treasure? Let us know in the comments!

Source: GOG.com

September 4, 2018 | 07:34 PM - Posted by quest4glory

They have Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition for $40. I had to try it, have heard nothing but good things.

September 4, 2018 | 11:56 PM - Posted by odizzido2 (not verified)

The dwarves looked interesting, I picked it up. Now I will need to actually play it haha. I still haven't played hellblade and I got that a month or two ago.

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