[GOG] The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt: Blood and Wine Expansion PC £7.62 @ GoG.com with Russian VPN
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[GOG] The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt: Blood and Wine Expansion PC £7.62 @ GoG.com with Russian VPN

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Found 10th May 2016
The final expansion to what is, in my opinion, one of the best games ever made for £7.62. What's not to like?

The Season Pass (Blood and Wine & Hearts of Stone) is available for £10.46
The Hearts of Stone Expansion is available for £4.18

The expansion comes out on May 31st.

I used VyprVPN's 3 day free trial to get a reliable connection with a Russian IP address. You may need to clear any existing GoG.com cookies from your PC in order for the Russian prices to show up, even with a Russian IP address. Alternatively, use another browser (Edge, IE etc) and totally clear the history.

Once you have the expansion added to your GoG account, there is no further need for the Russian VPN and the game will be in English.

All prices were converted using XE.com and will fluctuate slightly as the Ruble to GBP exchange rate changes. Prices will be a few pence higher if you choose to pay via PayPal.
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If there's one company that deserves your money it's CDProject. They make incredible games, support the community, release games without DRM and made GOG a thing.

Cold. Sorry. This feels like stealing.
Rustybucket

If there's one company that deserves your money it's CDProject. They make … If there's one company that deserves your money it's CDProject. They make incredible games, support the community, release games without DRM and made GOG a thing.Cold. Sorry. This feels like stealing.


Thanks for your views, it's nice when people justify their cold vote.

I'm not saying this applies to you, but more of a general comment, I wonder how many people realise that this method is effectively what they're doing when they buy games from CDKeys etc without a second thought. The only reason games cost more than this (or any other non-region locked regionally priced game) from unauthorised key sites, however legitimate, is due to the key sites making a profit as a middleman.

For example, I posted the Witcher 3 base game from CDKeys for ~£13 a while back and it got well over 400 degrees, it's amazing how using the VPN yourself rather than letting a middleman sell you an equivalent key with their profits built into the price changes people's view. Not one person on that thread mentioned feeling obliged to go to GOG.com and buy the game for £35...

TL; DR: People are odd.
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