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Grab Mordheim: City of the Damned free during the GOG New Year Sale 2024

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Here's another chance to grab a free game and lots of discounts as GOG have launched the New Year Sale 2024.

The free game, available until Sunday (January 28th) 2 PM UTC, is Mordheim: City of the Damned. A turn-based tactical game where you lead warbands into bloody and lethal skirmishes. Just scroll down on the GOG homepage when logged in to find the giveaway banner.

Some of the good deals they have going include:

You can easily manage GOG games on Linux with the Heroic Games Launcher.

The sale on GOG ends February 5th, 2024, 11 PM UTC.

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Never heard of Mordheim but i'll give pretty much anything 40K a try, especially for free.
Expalphalog Jan 26
I fucking LOVE Mordheim (the actual tabletop game, not the video game). The video game version is decent and I really wish they had been successful enough to finish it. I would have gladly paid for DLC that contained every warband.
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