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GOG Spring Sale is live with more free games

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GOG are doing their own Spring Sale live now, and during it they will be giving away four free games.

The first free game is Lorelai, a horror adventure with an immersive story. You can claim this one until March 23rd at 2 PM UTC. Presumably, the next free game will go live when that ends. To claim it, just scroll down the GOG homepage when logged in to find the banner. So be sure to check back when it ends to claim the next free game.

For this event GOG as usual put up a few lists of curated selections:

  • Back to nature - wild nature, animals and immersive stories.
  • Indies – the best selection of independent titles (e.g. Control Ultimate Edition, Scorn, Stardew Valley).
  • RPG’s – enjoy the rich storytelling and embark on a great adventure (e.g. Divinity: Original Sin 2, Disco Elysium, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt).
  • Classics – evoke nostalgia with a large collection of Good Old Games and classics that are near and dear to hearts (e.g. Heroes of Might and Magic 3: Complete, Settlers 3: Ultimate Collection, Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition).

They also put up some special bundles like the Kinky Bundle, Adventure & Puzzle Bundle and a build your own Serious Sam Bundle.

GOG's Spring Sale will last until April 3rd, 2023, at 11 PM UTC. 

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I dont always use GOG....... But when I do...... Its always to get a free game.........
GOG is cool because if the internet is every disrupted you still have some games you can install or play.

It may seem like it can't happen but the Internet is pretty fragile and in the event of a natural disaster is usually toast.

Half of the links in the article seem broken for me.

I buy sometimes on GOG, but they really do need to get good content to sell me -- their content offering has improved the last year or two but still I want to be sold games with high interest whenever possible.
Pit Mar 22
Quoting: ElectricPrismHalf of the links in the article seem broken for me.

Indeed. Likely they changed the links? E.g., for the RPG list (going via the main site) I end up at
Liam Dawe Mar 28
Quoting: ElectricPrismHalf of the links in the article seem broken for me.
In future, it helps to notify us of such problems, comments aren't read all the time. There's a button to send a correction instead of a comment at the bottom, along with a dedicated corrections box below articles. Cheers.
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