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Save on The Witcher 2 and Dawn of War this weekend

Aug 18 // Alasdair Duncan
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It seems like the weekend is never too far away. Maybe that's just a fact of my rubbish day job but at least it means you're never too far away from some weekend PC game sales. This weekend you can save a fair whack of cash on The Witcher 2 and the Dawn of War games.

Good Old Games are running a special gamescom promotion, the centerpiece being a 40% discount on the digital premium edition of The Witcher 2. If you've been sitting on the fence as to whether or not to sample CD Projeckt's latest RPG, then this is a sweet deal especially as the game hasn't been out for too long. There's also a special gamescom promotional bundle of games all reduced by 40% as well like Jagged Alliance and Master of Orion.

On Steam, your weekend deal is a 50% reduction on the Dawn of War series, including the recent Dawn of War 2 expansions, Retribution and Chaos Rising. There's no reduction on the new Ultramarines pack, but that's only $7.49 anyway. In related news, those who pre-purchased Space Marine will have access to the single-player demo. That is, unless you're living in the UK it seems as the Space Marine store page is "unavailable in your region." Hmm...


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Alasdair Duncan is that bearded, bespectacled Scotsman that covers PC gaming that is not Fraser Brown. A long time Destructoid community member and forum moderator, he covers adventure, puzzle, F... more   |   staff directory

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