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The Witcher 3 is basically free right now and we're begging you to grab it

The Witcher 3 is basically free right now and we're begging you to grab it

Honestly, it's like your stealing it

This is a PSA from GAMINGbible: The Witcher 3 is currently so cheap, it would be silly not to buy it. You have our permission. You can tell your partner we said it’s fine.

Already own it? Buy it again. It’s worth it, but you already know that, don’t you?

The Witcher 3 is verified for Steam Deck so you can play it on the go

So, The Witcher 3. It’s currently only £2.49 on Steam, in the latest big sale. That’s less than a cup of coffee from your favourite coffee shop.

In fact, it’s cheaper than a lot of things. £2.49 you can get over 100 hours of RPG goodness, some brilliant voice acting, and one of the best game stories.

The Witcher 3 is currently cheaper than a McDonald’s Happy Meal, and I can say that playing many hours with Geralt will make you happier than a burger in a box.

I could list so many things that cost more than £2.49, like a multipack of crisps, or a beer on a Friday night. So, instead of buying those things, why not grab The Witcher 3?

The game is so good that Ewan on our team just bought it for the fifth time. He might not even play it again (he will) but it deserved to be bought at that silly price.

You might be thinking, but what about the DLC? Isn’t that supposed to be one of the best things about the game? You’re damn right.

Instead, you can buy the Complete Edition for £8.74, that’s cheaper than TWO beers, or the takeaway you’d eat after work on a bad day to cheer you up.

Do you know what else would cheer you up? You guessed it, The Witcher 3, with all its excellent battles, the side quests, the Quent card game, and the love interests. Sounds like a great deal.

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red

Topics: The Witcher 3, The Witcher, CD Projekt Red, Steam, PC