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[PC] DRM-free - Witcher Spring Sale e.g. Witcher 1+Witcher 2+Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY - $24.47 AUD - GOG


This is a great deal for all three Witcher games including all DLCs.

Instead of Witcher 1 and 2 you can also pick other games from the Witcher Universe.

If you already own some Witcher games and pick pick higher value games the prices go down further.

For example if you pick the following the prices are as follows (also depends on what you already own on GOG):

  • Witcher 3 Goty: $15.79
  • Thronebreaker: $12.00
  • Adventure Games: $0.59

But whatever your situation, the prices for the Witcher games are great at the time and since CD Projekt Red is the developer and is owned by the owner of GOG all your money supports the developer of the games.


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    I tried the combo in the description but it says AUD 19.79, 13.49, 1.19 respectively…what gives?


    Fantastic Game… well worth it if you've been undecided!

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    It's a bit weird. Gotta uncheck the following which are already included in the GOTY version to get a total price of $20usd.
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Expansion Pass


      Those are what makes up the GOTY edition - that is why.

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        All those were ticked in the link so giving a warning to others. Save over $30 by unticking.


          That's good.
          Just know though that I did not tick them - that's how it was when I clicked on the Witcher Spring Sale banner.
          Unselect all and start fresh as Caped Baldy suggests - only tick what you want.


          Good catch! Hope it gets added to the description. Thanks for these gaming deals Lysander!


    With GOG Galaxy 2.0 out, DRM free witcher 3 might be an option (dont have to wait for steam w3 to drop that low in price)


    I just bought witcher 3 goty for 23.69$ from last deal… I wish i can refund it and get the whole sequel damn it


    For somebody new to the series: Is the worth playing Witcher 1 and/or 2, or it it fine to just play Witcher 3 and skip the early, lower budget games.

    I have listened to the audiobooks of all of the novels, and thus already have a certain knowledge of the Witcher universe. I haven't watched the TV series yet though.


      I've played all three in their release order and my perference is W3 > W1 > W2. I understand people playing W3 or W2 first may not be impressed by the dated engine of W1 and the battle gameplay is not for everyone(you can only play W1 on keyboard and mouse), but the atmosphere and story telling in W1 are very impressive. It's great to follow CDPR's game developing progress over the years and witness how they have been making continuous improvements and striving to deliver one of the greatest RPG series in the game history.


    Anyone want a free copy of this? I have one which I can gift to someone on GOG.

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