Yeah, enjoy with the games!
Just bought the Witcher 2, I sadly didn’t have enough for the first game. I absolutely loved the third game.
You are right they have changed. most of the "free stuff is demos and DLC…But if you search for “free” they ones they used to offer may still be there. I can’t tell since I already own them. Ultima 4, Beneath a Steel Sky, Tyrain 2000 are a few i can remember…
You can do what I just did, download GOG galaxy and get the first game for free!
What does GOG stand for?
Good old games… Though they have certainly moved away from the old part…
One more thing, will I have to keep it? Or will I get a steam key?
GOG doesn’t go with steam. They only offer DRM free games. You can get rid of the client after you claim the game. And it’s basically download a bit file, install and play like the old days without internet connection.
There are no Steam keys with GOG, you don’t need the client to play the games.
Oh okay, thanks
But they keep a library of sorts of your games and they will update that if there are changes to the game… So You just download the new game…
I just checked mine and I have 54 updates…
To Steam or not to Steam? That’s merely a question of when you really care about game achievements and online gaming I think. Single player games work either way. In fact, I had a bit of trouble at one point not being able to log into my Steam client and not being able to play my games… And I looked to one of my GOG titles to fill that void…
I downloaded GOG Galaxy, made an account but I still have to pay for the witcher. Do you possibly no why?
Sign into GWENT page with your GOG account to add it into your library. Then look at the GWENT game on the client, it will tell you that you can get a bonus in GWENT and claim Witcher for free. You claim that, the price drops to free, add to cart ans check out.
I am a guy…
I just didn’t want to be called out on for being sexist or something, you can never be to careful in this day and age. @YQMaoski
it is best to play through and complete the entire trilogy. A friendly warning -
(1) the combat in 1 and 2 is much harder than 3, with the combat stances.
(2) 2 seems dated and 1 ancient (stories are still superb)
(3) going to take up to 200 hours for the trilogy (worth it!)
Disclaimer - massive fanboy here
Also good to note - if you own Witcher 1, 2 or 3, purchasing the trilogy bundle WILL NOT give you spare copies of the games you own. It will only give you the ones you are missing.
I already had 1 and 2 on steam (I only purchased the trilogy as the trilogy was cheaper than buying 3 by itself somehow)