Fallout 1,2, and Fallout Tactics available for FREE now on GOG

Fallout

GOG.com has just announced that it kicks off its 2013 DRM-free Winter Sale with a classical offering: the celebrated forefathers of today’s post-apocalyptic RPGs-Fallout 1,2, and Fallout Tactics-will be available for free for the first 48 hours of the Winter Promo.

As the press release reads, the rights for this celebrated franchise are changing hands at the end of the year, therefore GOG.com will no longer be able to sell the titles.

“So it’s time to act now and grab the complete original Fallout series or forever hold your gently glowing radioactive pieces. Additionally, more than 600 games from GOG.com’s catalog will get a 50% discount until the promo finale on 29 December at 13:59 GMT.”

To make sure gamers check in constantly during their two-week long special offer GOG.com is launching three diffrent types of exciting daily deals. Each day, a selection of deeply-discounted, great games-celebrated classic and new acclaimed indie-will be showcased by a well-known YouTube gaming channel in a daily sale up to 75% off.

Meanwhile, GOG.com’s community will also have their say – each day they will vote on which of two daily game bundles will get an up to 80% discount. If that wasn’t enough each registered GOG.com user will receive daily Mystery Boxes with gifts of special sales or even the occasional free game.

Of course, all of the games in this sale are covered by GOG.com’s recently-announced 30 Day Money Back Guarantee everywhere in the world, so gamers can try out any title-new or old-they’ve been curious about with confidence.

Enjoy!

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