The Witcher Enhanced Edition sells for USD $9.99 and now GOG is giving away a copy enhanced edition plus a Gwent free Card Keg for subscribing  GOG Newsletter.

If you are interested in this RPG, visit this Promotion Page and click “Subscribe & Claim”.

Login to your GOG account or create an account if you don’t have one, then go ahead to hit the ‘Subscribe & Claim’ and visit enhanced edition page on GOG.

Although the Price tag will appear as $9.99, click “ADD TO CART” and you can notice in the Cart, the price change to $0 (similar to below image).

witcher enhanced edition free

Next, proceed to Check out and click “Pay for Your Order Now”, that’s it and the game is yours forever.

Go to your Account and you find all files to download and play the game. The game is available for both Windows and MAC OS.

Witcher Enhanced Edition

Note:If you didn’t get free item, then Click here and install GWENT: The Witcher Card Game.

Bonus:

Also GOG is giving away Constructor Classic 1997 (Windows, Mac & Linux), visit this page and use the redeem code ZVSYRAFB to  claim the free item (expiry : Feb 4, 2027).

Constructor Classic 1997

About this Game:

The Witcher developed  by developed by CD Projekt RED is a role-playing game based on the book series by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.
In the game, you will play the character Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer suffering from amnesia in a rich fantasy world where you can’t see the line between good and evil.

The game uses BioWare’s Aurora Engine, the enhanced edition introduces new mechanics and better graphics.

The enhanced edition brought D’jinni, a mod editor which allows players to modify or create their own adventures in the world of The Witcher.

Also, the enhanced edition introduced two new adventures: The Price of Neutrality and Side Effects.

The Price of Neutrality adds 3 new quests to the game, Geralt comes back to Kaer Morhen and finds a mysterious camp near the stronghold.

The second adventure “Side Effects” introduces 5 new quests, the story focuses on Geralt’s close friend, Dandelion, and his troubles in Vizima City.