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GOG.com nukes DRM on Darksiders, Metro and Saints Row, discounts games to celebrate

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GOG.com, Deep Silver and Nordic Games removed DRM restrictions from five games and are discounting the titles until May 18.

The games and discounts are as follows:

"It's not every day that we see major games like these, unchained from any forms of DRM," said Oleg Klapovsky, VP of business development at GOG.com. "With today's big-name DRM-free releases, and the impending The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt premiere, we anticipate even more major titles to follow suit."

Last week, GOG released the beta version of GOG Galaxy, a competitor to Steam. You can learn more about it in Polygon's tour.

GOG also announced that three classic Star Trek games were headed to the digital storefront. The Witcher 3, which Klapovsky mentioned because GOG is owned by the game's developer, CD Projekt Red, is set for a May 19 release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Press play below to see it in action.