The Witcher 1 for $4.99, 2 pre-order info, and GOG regional pricing announced


The Witcher 2 Misc Info screenshot

Good Old Games is gearing up for the release of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Digital Premium Edition with one hell of a bargain: the original release for $4.99. Yep, a DRM-free download of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director’s Cut for less than five bucks. The GOG version includes a game guide, soundtracks, artbook, and a 2011 calendar, though the latter may or may not be your cup of tea as it features “the sexiest women from the game.” The deal lasts until May 24, so be sure to get it in time to play through Geralt’s adventures before the sequel lands on May 17.

For those who are already good to go for the sequel, preorders on GOG can now pre-download 95% of the content so that there is minimal wait on launch day. The pre-orders are also DRM-free, though later purchases will require the use of a launcher with one-time registration. However, a master build will also be made available on GOG in a few months for those who would prefer to not register their copy.

GOG has also updated their pricing policies. Users can now register their region in account settings, which will allow The Witcher 2 pre-orders to receive the correct offers as well as adjust the service’s prices to the local currency’s USD equivalent. The company will also be offering the fair price package credits back in USD as well. Check the chart below for additional details.


Official Site: GOG.com

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