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GOG celebrates 10 years of The Witcher series with up to 85% off

Back in 2007, Polish developer CD Projekt RED unveiled its first foray into game creation with The Witcher, an RPG based off the novel series with the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski. Now, CDPR is celebrating the 10-year anniversary by holding a sale on its distribution platform, GOG.

For the next nine days, all the games in the series - not including the more recent standalone release of the free-to-play CCG Gwent - can be picked up for anything from 50% to 85% off, going as low as $2,49 for Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings - Enhanced Edition. Naturally, pricing may differ depending on region.

You can head over to this link to check out all of the available deals.

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