GOG.com Holds 2014 DRM-Free Big Fall Sale

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

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We are just past the half-way point of the fall season. Which means that it’s just the right time for GOG.com’s DRM-Free Big Fall Sale for 2014. Over 700 titles will be on sale for up to 90% off daily. Today, it’s the Ultimate Dungeons and Dragons Collection and the Mount & Blade Series that are the headliners of the sale, with more bundles expected over the next two weeks.

The sale will also feature a number of other items. First things first, flash sales will happen throughout the sale with new titles every 40 minutes and staying on sale for about 6 hours. Next, if you show up and collect a stamp for 7 days, you can get The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and the movie The Gamers: Director’s Cut for free. And, to get you started on the right foot, GOG.com is making Mount & Blade free for the first 48 hours of the sale.

Mount & Blade | GOG.com DRM-Free Big Fall Sale

The GOG.com DRM-Free Big Fall Sale will go on until November 25th, so make sure to take advantage of this if you’re looking to get a certain game or series for a great price.


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