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GOG’s Summer Sale has gone live with up to 95% off

Video game sales offer everyone a chance to buy excellent titles at reduced prices. Summer sales especially often produce the highest number of offers at the greatest levels of reduction. Such is the case with GOG’s Summer Sale. From now until the 15th of June, fans can get their hands on over 3000 PC titles at up to 95% off, including many heavy hitters.

With over 3000 titles on sale, there will certainly be something for everyone. That being said, some notable games include A Plague Tale: Innocence, which can be had for £13.59 (66% off). This Action-horror-stealth title “Follow[s] the grim tale of young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, in a heartrending journey through the darkest hours of history”. This evocative title was nominated for a number of awards upon its release last year.

If you were disappointed by the technical performance of the Mafia II remaster, you can get the original’s Director’s Cut for just £5.99 (80% off). Featuring all of the DLC, you can relive this “Epic Gangster Story” in the way it was intended – without being pestered to sign up for a ‘2K account’.

With Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 set to arrive sometime in 2020, you can familiarise yourself with the world beforehand by playing the first entry. This open world RPG allows you pledge your allegiance to one of seven different vampire clans, all with their own unique abilities and relationships as you forge your own identity and reputation in this unique take on L.A. Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines can be had for £8.19 (50% off).

These are but three of the over 3000 titles available on sale right now. Furthermore, all games purchased from GOG are DRM-free, meaning that you can play them whenever you want, wherever you want, and however you want. As previously mentioned, the sale ends on the 15th of June, so be sure to check it out before then.

KitGuru says: What do you think of GOG as a platform? Do you care about DRM? Which games are you planning to purchase in the sale? Let us know down below.

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