GOG is testing a new feature for its Galaxy 2.0 client that allows users to purchase games from other platforms like the Epic Games Store through it. Refund options and support are included too.
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CD Projekt RED is offering free copies of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt through its DRM-free GOG platform to those who already own the game on other stores on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
The open beta of GOG's Galaxy 2.0 moves forward with yet another major patch - the Theia Update. It adds a number of library management features and UI tweaks, which we'll cover in this overview.
The latest version of the closed beta for Galaxy 2.0 is here. Dubbed the Argus Update, it brings in a number of UI tweaks, sharing of stats, and the ability to see cross-platform friend activity.
Folks lucky enough to get into the closed beta of Galaxy 2.0 have now received the upcoming client's latest version, codenamed the Euporie Update. It brings launcher closing on game exit, and more.
In the freshest iteration of the closed beta for its GOG Galaxy 2.0 launcher, the company has added expanded customization options for library views, a global search feature, and much, much more.
Some time after the initial announcement, GOG has finally kicked off its closed beta for Galaxy 2.0. Curious folks can still sign up, though invites are sent out on a "first come, first served" basis.
GOG has announced an overhaul to its Galaxy launcher which will serve as a hub for all other launchers and platforms, letting users play and chat with their friends all from one place.
Initially added in the 1.2 release of GOG Galaxy back in March, Universal Cloud Save-compatible titles have been growing since. The storefront has just announced the addition of another 30 games.
The 1.2 Update for the GOG Galaxy client is bringing cloud saves, scheduled updates, an in-game overlay, as well as desktop notifications among many other features, marking the end of its beta period.