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Get Cyberpunk 2077 and Every Witcher Game for $88

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After twice delayed from its original launch date of April 16, Cyberpunk 2077 is finally set to come out on November 19. There has recently been a bit of controversy surrounding that launch, as development studio CD Projekt Red is breaking a previous anti-crunch promise with mandatory six-day work weeks to finish the game on time, according to an email obtained by Bloomberg. Therefore, there probably won't be any more delays, resulting in new deals on Cyberpunk 2077 and other CD Projekt Red games popping up. Notably, GOG.com’s running a bundle that’ll give you a Cyberpunk 2077 pre-order and all 5 Witcher games for $87.77.

“Five Witcher games?,” you’re probably asking. “But aren’t there only three of those?” Not exactly. 

Alongside Witchers 1, 2 and 3 and all of their accompanying DLC, this deal also includes Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and The Witcher Adventure Game. The former is a single-player RPG based on the free-to-play multiplayer Gwent game, while the latter is a digital adaptation of CD Projekt Red’s Witcher board game.

Breaking the deal down, this means you’ll essentially be paying $60 for a copy of Cyberpunk 2077 and $27.77 for a collection of the Witcher games (I see what you did there, GOG). That’s a pretty good bargain, so much so that this isn’t actually the first time GOG’s offered it-- this is a repeat of a limited-time deal from June.

So if you’re still dead set on buying Cyberpunk 2077, this is a great way to do so, since it’ll also give you The Witcher 3, a game that won plenty of Game of the Year awards when it came out in 2015. 

  • HyperMatrix
    Admin said:
    Breaking the deal down, this means you’ll essentially be paying $60 for a copy of Cyberpunk 2077 and $27.77 for a collection of the Witcher games (I see what you did there, GOG).

    What is it you see, exactly? You're reading $27.77 as 2077? There's an extra $7 in there. Game price should have been $80.77 for what you're saying to make sense.
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  • Geezer760
    Jeeeeeesus!! so much over analyzing just to play a game. I love PC gaming but come on.
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  • gman68
    This is a good deal for the two people jonesing for cyberpunk who don't already own all the Witcher games.
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  • cryoburner
    HyperMatrix said:
    What is it you see, exactly? You're reading $27.77 as 2077? There's an extra $7 in there. Game price should have been $80.77 for what you're saying to make sense.
    Perhaps the better question is, why isn't it that price? $27.77 is a pretty underwhelming price for that bundle. They recently put The Witcher 3: GOTY Edition on sale for $14.99, The Witcher 2 for $2.99, and The Witcher for $1.49, while Thronebreaker was $9.99 and the Adventure Game $1.49.

    Even if someone hadn't ever played a Witcher game before (yet for some reason wanted to pre-order Cyberpunk on GOG), they would only be saving a few dollars over buying all the titles separately in that prior sale. If that were the case, they probably wouldn't care about getting the spinoff titles though.

    It looks like they previously offered this bundle well before the original planned release date though, so it might have made more sense to value the Witcher 3 a little higher at that time. Now, it doesn't seem like a particularly good value though. Most would probably be better off waiting until the individual games they are interested in go on sale again.
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