Good Old Games Adds Betrayal in Antara for Free in a Bundle with Betrayal at Krondor

If you're a fan of free stuff, Good Old Games is the place to be today. The DRM-free, digital distribution company has added the game Betrayal in Antara as a bonus to current and potential buyers of, the already available, Betrayal at Krondor.

Bundled now as the Betrayal at Krondor Pack, the update adds the spiritual successor to Kondor at no additional charge, along with Kondor's normal set of bonuses. Although not a direct sequel to Kondor, Betrayal in Antara--which launched in 1997--uses an updated version of the Kondor engine.

This week's release continues the recent surge of high-quality content updates at Good Old Games since its controversial relaunch on September 23. While Antara isn't as revered as Planescape: Torment, it's a welcome addition. And at the price of "free" for current Kondor owners, how can anyone complain?