From the moment GOG had announced GOG GALAXY 2.0 back in May, I knew it was going to be something special. They promised an application that would not only be the launcher to unify all launchers, but it would also bring in your console games as well. That’s no doubt a feat unto its own, but its an achievement because they’ve done it. There’s an overwhelming sensation that there’s too many launchers to install, use, and manage — and that’s right, there are. But thankfully GOG Galaxy 2.0 handles it so well, you won’t think about the other launchers as they operate in the background. The application is in Closed Beta presently, and while it has a ways to go, all the important pieces are there to prove that GOG Galaxy 2.0 is a must-have launcher with a singular focus.
GOG Galaxy, the gamer-friendly client, is coming out of beta with a major new update. Designed for convenient purchasing, playing and updating games, as well as online play between gaming platforms, GOG Galaxy is also built with optionality in mind, and a belief that you should own the games you buy.
Winter came to GOG.com before it was cool. The Big Winter Sale has begun, featuring 500+ deals up to 90% off, $3 mystery games (each worth up to $34.99), and free games just for shopping.
GOG.com, the DRM-free gaming platform, and award-winning space-strategy developers, Stardock, announce a long-term cooperation to bring the Stardock catalog of best, upcoming, and unannounced releases aboard the GOG.com freighter.