GOG.com winter sale deals now live

Witcher 3 is £25, Pillars of Eternity half price.

GOG.com has launched its annual winter sale, which is set to feature new discounts each day until 13th December.


500 deals will be offered over the course of the event, along with £1.99 ($3) "mystery" offers for a cheap game not in the general sale.

The sale has launched with 48 hour discounts on dozens of PC favourites, including The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (half price at £24.99) and Pillars of Eternity (also half price, at £17.49).

Towerfall Ascension, which gets played a lot in the Eurogamer office, is £2.59.

Alan Wake is a fiver, while spin-off American Nightmare is £1.69.

Kerbal Space Program is 40 per cent off at £17.99, Shovel Knight is £6.69 and Outlast is £3.39.

Finally, the Dreamfall Chapters Season Pass is 60 per cent off at £10.79.

Steam's winter sale is not due to go live until 22nd December. Its discounts will then run until 4th January.

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