GOG Summer Sale Begins Ahead Of Steam, Offers Discounts On Tons Of Games

The GOG Summer Sale has apparently finally begun ahead of Steam’s, allowing players to get discounts on all sorts of games both old and new for lower prices than they normally would to fill up their summer game time. Players can buy not only new PC games, but vintage ones as well.

GOG, which stands for “Good Old Games”, is a game sale website that allows players to look up vintage games either from their childhoods or stuff that looks cool in general, and buy them on modern computers for a low price. Not only do the games run well by being optimized to work with modern computers, but there’s also a wide variety to choose from.

The GOG Summer Sale will be giving out sales on a large number of games both old and new. And not only will you be able to buy games, but spending enough money will also get you a free one. For instance, spending $3.59 or more will get you Failbetter Games’s Sunless Sea, $14.19 nets you a copy of Rime, and you can also get a free copy of Xenonauts, a throwback to the first days of the XCOM series.

Some of the more modern games that players can get include Frostpunk for $26.99, Pillars of Eternity for $17.99, Pillars of Eternity 2 for $44.99, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for $9.89, Darkest Dungeon for $9.99, and many others.

Older games on sale in the GOG Summer Sale include Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri for just 89 cents, the first three Fallout games (Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout: Tactics) for $2.49 each, the Star Wars: X-Wing flight simulator games for $3.99, and much, much more.

So, if you’ve ever heard of a classic game that you’ve wanted to play but never got the chance, or want to experience the nostalgia of a game from your childhood, you can head on over to gog.com and take part in the GOG Summer Sale right now!