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GOG.com Halloween Sale - until November 4, 2019

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GOG.com have begun their Halloween Sale, which will take place between now and November 4, 2pm UTC.

Use our affiliate link to help benefit the PCGamingWiki project.

Games of particular interest include:

  • Blair Witch (-25%)
  • Layers of Fear 2 (-33%)
  • Call of Cthulhu (-50%),
  • Daymare: 1998 (-20%)
  • DreadOut (-80%)
  • Visage (-20%)
  • Diablo + Hellfire (-15%)
  • Blasphemous (-15%)
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (-10%)

..and many more!

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