The steroid version of the first Witcher game – The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is free at GOG. But if you want it, you will have to download a free game and sign to receive a newsletter.
We all know how the good old Uncle GOG likes to give us one of its DRM free games for free from time to time, right? This time, it’s the pretty version of the first Geraldo Del Rivero game – The Witcher: Enhanced Edition. However, not everything that is free is completely free. In this case, you need to do a thing or two. Two, to be precise!
How do I get that “free” Witcher: Enhanced Edition game?
Here are the two easy steps that you will need to take to in order to acquire the first Witcher game for free. That is, if you don’t count the loss of a tiny bit of your free time and some computer space.
In order to get the game that started it all, you will need to go to GOG.com and download GWENT: The Witcher Card Game and link it to your GOG account here. GWENT is the free-to-play digital collectible card which was based on the mini-game in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The game was developed by Witcher’s Papa – the Polish development studio – CD Project Red. GWENT has its own esports series called “Gwent Masters Series” where the top players meet and fight for a piece of the US$850,000 pie.
The future wannabe freeloaders will also have to subscribe to the GOG newsletter. Take note, there will be no consequences if you unsubscribe from it after you get the game.
About the game:
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is the visually enhanced version of the first Witcher game – The Witcher. The enhanced version was released one year after the original game launched in 2007. Due to its success, it was not of a surprise that there is an extremely successful Witcher trilogy.