GOG is giving away a PC game for free

While it may not have the dominating presence and authority of Steam, nor the novelty and impressive promotional budget of the Epic Games Store, CD Projekt RED good old games is always rolling, doing its own thing. Namely, the schtick of GOG is that it’s a platform for DRM-free gaming, which makes it perfect for indie and smaller-scale productions, in particular.

This approach to selling games is not for good old games as forcing DRM and placating publishers would be, of course, but the platform is still hosting all kinds of sales and giveaways virtually around the clock. In fact, its latest promotion is particularly exciting, as GOG is now offering Dexa much-loved cyberpunk RPG that first launched a few years ago.

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Just like it was with GOG Post 2 giveaway on PC, platform users can claim Dex for free and then download a DRM-free copy of the game. Interested players have about two more days to claim their copies, so it’s worth pointing out. A side-scrolling action RPG, Dex puts its players in the shoes of a newly recruited resistant working to take down a dangerous super-corporation, and it draws inspiration from properties such as Deus Ex and Blade runner.

Long-time users of the platform will know that Dex is just the latest in a long line of GOG games on PC, with one of the highlights of last year being the horror classic I have no mouth and I have to scream. GOG had also given the indie darling Dagon earlier in 2021, highlighting the fact that gamers interested in legally obtaining DRM-free games without having to pay for them may want to keep an eye out for future such promotions, as there will almost certainly be more freebies available in the future.

It’s also worth pointing out that GOG often expands its catalog of classic games, reintroducing old and forgotten classics to the market. What’s particularly important and noteworthy is that GOG often works with developers to get their games up and running for modern PCs, which can be a huge boon for titles released in, say, the late 1990s. 1990s and early 2000s.

Those who don’t have much experience with GOG may be skeptical of the service, as it isn’t as often in the limelight as some of the more popular game launchers and marketplaces. That said, Good Old Games is a subsidiary of CD Projekt RED, the developers of The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077and the GOG storefront has a remarkable refund rate of 1%, which should be a testament to the quality of this service and its customer focus.

Dex is available now on PC, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

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Source: GOG