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  1. Classic real-time strategy game from the 90s is now DRM-free on GOG.com. Make sure to check out information on the unofficial patch before you play the game. Check out our Total Annihilation article here.
  2. Survival sim Symmetry is free on GOG.COM for the next 48 hours. Users can claim the game by clicking on a banner on the front page and then try to survive after their spaceship crashes on an abandoned frozen planet. The giveaway ends on April 5th, 1pm UTC. This weekend we also have a lot of award-winning games on sale, including Kingdom Come: Deliverance (-50%), Chernobylite (-30%), Frostpunk (-60%), Darkwood (-60%), The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition (-70%), Torment: Tides of Numenera (-75%), and more.
  3. GOG.com's Spring Sale begins March 16th, 2pm UTC and lasts until March 30th, 2pm UTC. Here are some of our recommendations: Stranglehold - 10% off XCOM 2 - 75% off Blade Runner - 10% off Fallout 3 - 60% off Mortal Kombat 1 2 3 - 75% off
  4. XCOM 2 is now available on GOG.com DRM-free with a special 75% discount lasting until 30th March 2020, 1 PM UTC. Apart form the base game, also XCOM 2's DLCs receive special discounts until 30th March 2020, 1 PM UTC. During that time, if you buy all the XCOM 2 titles, you will receive an additional 51% discount on the whole bundle.
  5. New GOG.com policy now allows users extended refund rights to their games, check out this new FAQ with all the details. Some excerpts: It looks as if this process is not fully automated and requires individual contact with GOG.com customer support. Interestingly there is no specified 'time limit' to how long a game can be played for before it can be refunded (unlike Steam which has an automated 2 hour gameplay limit before the refund requires support to intervene). Hopefully people won't abuse the generosity of GOG.com's policies.
  6. GOG.com have begun their Halloween Sale, which will take place between now and November 4, 2pm UTC. Use our affiliate link to help benefit the PCGamingWiki project. Games of particular interest include: Blair Witch (-25%) Layers of Fear 2 (-33%) Call of Cthulhu (-50%), Daymare: 1998 (-20%) DreadOut (-80%) Visage (-20%) Diablo + Hellfire (-15%) Blasphemous (-15%) Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (-10%) ..and many more!
  7. FreeSpace 2 is now completely FREE on GOG.com to claim until 27th September, 1pm UTC. Check out our FreeSpace 2 fixes article for information on the open source port FS2Open to run the game easily on modern machines. Also check out GOG.com's huge Interstellar Sale with 85% off a multitude of space games.
  8. Classic games The Lion King (1994) and Disney's Aladdin (1993) have been delisted from Steam without so much as a word. Thankfully GOG.com have given a short warning of just over 24 hours in this forum post announcement : Another Disney game, The Jungle Book, has been delisted from Steam but still available from GOG.com - who knows if more Disney games will be delisted in the future?
  9. The closed beta for GOG Galaxy 2.0 has finally begun. With it comes the much-touted integration functionality, allowing users to launch games without having to go through separate launchers. The current list of launchers available to integrate are Xbox Live, Battle.net, the Epic Games Store, Origin, Playstation Network, Steam, and Uplay. However, the only "official" integration is with Xbox Live. The addition of more Official Integrations should be coming sooner than later, with Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney expressing interest in integration earlier this month, also confirming that Epic Games was currently in talks with GOG regarding launcher integration. Integrating accounts is a painless process. Opening Galaxy 2.0's settings menu will immediately bring you to the integrations tab. The features available to each of the launcher integrations varies. GOG separates the feature list between Games (Library, Installing & Launching, Achievements, and Game Time), and Friends (Friends List, Chat, and Friend recommendations). One of the most popular launchers on PC, Steam, has a majority of these features active. Curiously, while Xbox Live is considered to be an "Official Integration", there are still restrictions in place similar to the "Community Integrations". Did you get in to the Galaxy 2.0 beta? What are your thoughts on the account integration system? For those interested, you can sign up for the closed beta at the GOG Galaxy website. Here are screenshots of the new interface: Here are screenshots of the other integrations:
  10. Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, has surprised us all by confirming that talks are ongoing with GOG.com to integrate Epic Games Store with GOG and their service, GOG Galaxy 2.0. This is surprising considering that Epic Games Store strategy has been one of exclusivity - although we note that this pertains mostly to Steam rather than Microsoft or other online distribution platforms. See the tweet here: We await news on what happens next - will Epic Games Store games get any rich integrations with GOG Galaxy 2.0?
  11. In this article in German from gamestar.de, CD Projekt head Piotr Karwoski was quoted saying: PC Gamer has also come forward to state that GOG Galaxy 2.0 is officially partnered with Microsoft: The battle for the ultimate PC games platform continues. Check out our (admittedly flawed) platform features overview wiki page for a comparison of Steam, GOG.com, Microsoft Store, Epic Games Store and others.
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