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GOG Summer Sale has been launched, Obduction available for free until July 1st

CD Projekt has launched the Summer Sale Festival on GOG with game collections, flash deals, and discounts up to -90%. Furthermore, GOG is offering a free copy of Obduction, the mysterious adventure game from the creators of Myst, to everyone until July 1st 1PM UTC.

According to the press release, GOG will give gamers a full festival experience without leaving their computers. Main stage headliners feature games collections which are a perfect opportunity to grab some exceptional titles at high discounts, including:

  • Arctic Mages with The Banner Saga trilogy for 27.99$/27.99€
  • Mechanical Brothers with Into the Breach, Hob, and >observer_ for 20$/17.99€
  • Alien Plant Farm with Stellaris, Surviving Mars, and Aven Colony for 20$/17.99€
  • The Scary Family with Mafia trilogy for 15$/15€
  • Masters of Bullets with Soldier of Fortune trilogy for 15$/13.49€
  • The Indienerds with Tower of Time, Sundered, and Iconoclasts for 15$/13.49€
  • Die Auslanders with 5 classic X-Com games for 5$/5€

New games will enter the sale with an extra 24h flash deals starting with CHUCHEL Cherry Edition (-70%), Titan Quest Anniversary Edition (-80%), Inquisitor (-90%), Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (-50%), Shadows: Awakening (-70%), and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA (-30%). After the flash deal discount ends, these games will remain on sale at a lower discount.

Last but not least, BioShock Infinite Complete Edition is for the first time available on GOG as a DRM-free game and comes with a 75% discount.

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