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2K Games gets friendly with, has huge sale to celebrate

2K Games joins the DRM-free movement by putting their catalog of retro games on, and they're on sale to celebrate
By: Jeff Williams | Gaming News | Posted: Mar 29, 2016 7:08 pm

Not every publisher is necessarily on good terms with due to the DRM-free nature of the service, but more seem to be warming up to their way of business. 2K Games has decided to start offering their older library of games on and are having a sale from now until April 5th to celebrate that decision.




2K Games was (and continues to be) a powerhouse of a publisher that happens to have quite a few different and great franchise under their control. They've decided to start offering their retro-classics in a DRM format for everyone to enjoy, opening up the different ways to play these classics without having to build a retro PC. The sale going on has several different bundles (listed below) from 66-75% off.


What you can find in the store:

  • Railroad Tycoon Bundle (66%) Sid Meier's Railroads and RailRoad Tycoon 2+3 - also available 50% off individually.
  • X-COM Classic Bundle (75%) X-COM: UFO Defense, Terror from the Deep, Apocalypse, Interceptor, and Enforcer. 50% off individually.
  • Freedom Force Pack (66%) Freedom Force & Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich. Individually 50% off.
  • Sid Meier's Pirates! (50%)


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