There’s a humongous sale going on at GOG for The Witcher game series, and it offers a perfect jumping-in point for fans of the Netflix series. | Credit: yurii_yurii/Shutterstock.com
- GOG is holding a massive sale on The Witcher game series.
- The deal nets players five games for under $30.
- It’s a perfect jumping-on point for fans of the Netflix series.
There’s a massive sale going on over at GOG for The Witcher game series. It has the entire library of games at a 77% discount from the normal price for the collection.
What this means is that anyone can now pick up The Witcher series on PC for roughly $27. That’s a steal when considering the normal price of $120 for all the games.
Players can get deep into the game series’ universe with this collection. | Source: GOG/CD Projekt Red
5 Witcher Games for Under $30 Is a Steal
So what exactly does this deal net gamers? They will gain copies of the Enhanced Editions of the first and second games as well as the Game of the Year version of The Witcher 3.
It isn’t just the main games in The Witcher series that this deal includes. That price also bundles in the Adventure game and Thronebreaker.
It’s the Perfect Way for Netflix Watchers to Get Into the Game Series
It’s easily worth it to pick up The Witcher series right now for such a cheap price. Just getting the third game with all its DLC is worth it, but this includes all the other games as well.
The massive sale on The Witcher games is great timing for fans of the Netflix series as well. It offers them a cheap entry point into the games and the wider Witcher universe.
Netflix watchers may want to avoid spoilers in the games. Source: GOG/CD Projekt Red
The Witcher Games May Spoil Some Events in the Netflix Series
It’s worth mentioning that the games may spoil some events of the series, seeing as they take place later on in the timeline.
With that said, it’s still worth it to pick up the games now and sit them in the backlog to play sometime down the road.
Gamers have until Jan. 5, 2020 to take advantage of this deal.
This article was edited by Gerelyn Terzo.