The GOG Black Friday Sale has started

DRM-Free PC Gaming Bargains

The GOG Black Friday Sale has started

The GOG Black Friday Sale has started

As a storefront, GOG has a lot going for it, avoiding the pitfalls of DRM by shipping their games without such protective measures, allowing PC gamers to download game files directly, or through their GOG Galaxy client, whichever is easier for the player in question. 

With the lack of DRM comes a lot of freedom, allowing PC gamers to play their favourite titles without the need for an internet connection, or any "calls to home" to verify your identity. With GOG gamers a treated like legitimate purchasers, not pirates in waiting.

This is what makes GOG as a storefront preferable to Steam in some regards, making the start of their Black Friday sale a big event for some communities, delivering both old and new games at bargain prices, with The Witcher 2 selling for $3, Ultimate DOOM for $2, Stellaris for $18. Whether you are looking for modern classics or old school PC games, GOG will have something that will spark your interest.    

The GOG Black Friday Sale has started  

You can have a look at GOG's Black Friday sale on their official website

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