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GOG are doing their own Black Friday sale with lots of DRM-free games

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If the Steam Autumn Sale and the sale aren't your thing, perhaps you might find something you want over on the DRM-free store

This sale has GOG doing some extra discounts in the form of time-limited Flash Deals. Each has a timer, with a fresh set being put up once the timer runs out. Some good deals going in those too like 85% off Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition until November 29.

Across the rest of the GOG store there's some great deals going on lots of different genres. Here's a quick-pick of good deals on fun games after having a look through:

The main sale sale will end December 1 at 2PM UTC.

Want to see all the deals? Head over to GOG. If you want just the list of Linux games on sale find that here.

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ageres Nov 27, 2020
Batman Arkham games are on GOG now.
Linuxer Nov 27, 2020
Oh yeah, am gonna start to purchase from GOG as if there was no tomorrow, WHEN Galaxy is available for Linux...

Meanwhile Valve and Steam gets 100%. They sure deserve all the money from Linux gamers they can get.
Rooster Nov 27, 2020
I would like to add Mount and Blade: Warband to this list. It's 75% off and it's an awesome game. Plus, every sale of Warband increases the likelyhood of Bannerlord being ported to Linux.
wvstolzing Nov 27, 2020
Quoting: ageresBatman Arkham games are on GOG now.

Nice. Though I have to say, the non-discounted prices are a little steep.
Basiani Nov 27, 2020
They don't want Cyberpunk 2077 on Linux, so 0 cent from me to CD Project's ownen GOG.
I don't care about "Linux based Stadia" and some blah-blah-blah, Stadia is Stadia, Linux is desktop that I'm using everyday.
Arehandoro Nov 27, 2020
I like DRM-Free games, but I dislike GOG a little bit, and definitely dislike stupid SEO from CD Project Red... Between a rock and a hard place xD
Hamish Nov 27, 2020
Just for reference, I already own the Royal Edition of Pillars of Eternity. Is there any difference between that and the Definitive Edition?
pageround Nov 27, 2020
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I went through what I spent in the past year on vidya games. Roughly 70% Steam, 20% GOG, 10% Humble. I love that I can download drm-free, offline installers from GOG, which is something worthy of support in my opinion. Maybe Steam could offer drm-free, offline installers for those publishers that wanted to provide them. The best of both worlds!
kernelkid Nov 28, 2020
Blade Runner $7.49 25% off
Clive Barker's Undying $1.49 75% off
Outlaws + A Handful of Missions $2.09 66% off
Saboteur $4.99 75% off
Suffering $2.49 75% off
Suffering: Ties that Bind $2.49 75% off
SWAT 4 gold $4.99 50% off
Total Overdose $1.49 75% off
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