Cyberpunk 2077 released in early December 2020, and — controversy surrounding its notoriously poor performance on consoles aside — it’s a fun, gorgeous game on PC, especially if you have Nvidia hardware that enables ray-traced graphics. If you’re still thinking about picking it up, you can snag the DRM-free version of the PC game that’s redeemable on GOG.com from Eneba (a marketplace that sells codes — we’ve featured it several times for its excellent deals on PS Plus memberships). Normally a full $60, it costs $35.18 at the time of publishing. It’s worth noting that this key will work globally, according to Eneba, not just in the US.
The game might not be in the best state right now (though its many glitches do make for wonderful Highlight Reel content on YouTube), but developer CD Projekt Red has promised a few big updates coming in early 2021 that should address the most glaring issues that still linger.
$35 $60 42% off
Prices taken at time of publishing.
CD Projekt Red’s much-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 is here. While the game is in need of some bug fixes, the PC version is especially gorgeous.
$35 at Eneba (GOG version)