The GOG team has launched a spooky sale to celebrate the upcoming Halloween celebration. Until November 2, more than 200 games on the store will see their prices slashed to entice gamers, and GOG is even throwing in Tales from the Borderlands for free if you spend more than $15. There are many games and completion bundles to check out before the promotion comes to an end, and everything is DRM-free.
When it comes to discounts in this promotion, you'll be able to find 66 percent off classic DOOM and Quake titles, 60 percent off Darkest Dungeon, and 20 percent off The Suffering series to name but a few. There are even bundles that can be completed to earn bigger discounts on games included in said collection. If you have a few titles part of a bundle, now's a perfect time to pick up the rest for less.
As well as offering a free game when spending just $15, there have been a bunch of horror games added to GOG Connect, which allows you to redeem DRM-free version of supported games on GOG if you already have them purchased on Steam. Horror games on GOG Connect include SOMA, Amnesia, Layers of Fear, and more.
The Halloween promotion will come to an end on November 2.
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