Winter came to before it was cool (their joke, not mine). Their Big Winter Sale has begun, featuring 500+ deals up to 90% off, $3 mystery games (each worth up to $34.99), and free games just for shopping.

The Holiday Ninja Squirrel brings a generous surprise for all with $3 Mystery Games from the catalogue. There will be 50+ different games to start, each priced between $9.99 and $34.99, with an assortment of fun surprises added throughout the promotion. These games won’t be part of the regular sale lineup, and unowned games will be prioritized.

The Big Winter Sale launches with 48 hours of big bundles. Pick up STAR WARS™ classics up to 77% off, including the X-Wing & TIE Fighter series, Galactic Battlegrounds Saga, Knights of the Old Republic I + II, Battlefront II, and more. At up to 75% off is something I’m very interested in – The Lucasfilm Classics, including Indiana Jones® and the Fate of Atlantis, Sam & Max Hit the Road, Outlaws, The Secret of Monkey Island™, and more.

The launch day also features The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (-50%), Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition (-33%), Kerbal Space Program (-40%), STASIS (-50%), Rebel Galaxy (-33%), Victor Vran (-50%), Grandia II (-50%), Metro 2033 Redux & Last Light Redux (-75%), and many more.

Earn free games while shopping in the Big Winter Sale. Whether to keep for yourself or to surprise a friend (‘tis the season after all), get a free copy of Divine Divinity after spending $5, and Blackguards Special Edition after spending $50 or more.

Following the 48-hour launch offer, all bundles and deals will change every 24 hours. With a few surprises in store, it’s worth checking back daily to see what’s new in the Big Winter Sale.

The sale will last for 11 days, until December 13, 1:59 PM GMT / 2:59 PM CET / 5:59 AM PST / 8:59 AM EST.

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