Ars Technica and GOG are giving away copies of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition
GOG is awesome. Formally known as Good Old Games, the games distribution site is one of the largest sales platforms for modern and classic PC games. And they’re doing something even more awesome with help from Ars Technica.
To celebrate a new partnership with Ars Technica, GOG is giving away codes for the PC and Mac versions of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition. If you still haven’t played this classic (and incredible) game, head over to Ars Technica here and claim a code. You’ll need a valid email address, as that’s how they’ll send you the code. Once you get the email, there are instructions on redeeming your game over on GOG’s platform. Personally, the process was seamless for me. If you want the game, hurry. Ars and GOG are only giving out codes for the next two days, but they’re promising that everyone who gives an email address will get a code.
I’m not sure if you'll be signing up for a newsletter or anything like that by giving your email address, so be aware that you are giving your email address to both GOG and Ars. They may send you emails in the future for deals and articles and all the other accoutrement that comes with website newsletters. To me, that’s a very cheap price to pay for a free copy of a fantastic game. Plus, you can always unsubscribe if you do get junk mail. Or you could just create and use a dummy email address for this giveaway.
You can get a free code by entering your email in a box on this page here.