GOG's store page does mention the following at the bottom of it:
Is this not correct? Does the game actually include the 32-bit executables as well?
Also, what form of DRM are we talking about here? Various Crysis entries have been found to include the anti-tamper component of SecuROM still active and enabled, but with the DRM functionalities disabled. Typically speaking PCGamingWiki doesn't per se treat the anti-tamper component of SecuROM as DRM, as it only rears its head when attempting to do stuff like inject third-party DLL files, and otherwise don't enforce any form of copy protection (which differs from Denuvo Anti-Tamper, for example, which has its occasional online connectivity requirement).