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God of War and Uncharted coming to GOG, plus a fresh game giveaway

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Seems like GOG have really managed to pull Sony onboard with more games coming. They've confirmed both God of War and UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection are coming to GOG. No actual date has been given but the store pages are up, so if you prefer GOG then you'll be able to get even more great games sometime soon and this comes shortly after the GOG release of Days Gone too.

Additionally GOG are giving away The Whisperer, a short story-driven point & click game set in Lower Canada at the beginning of the 19th century. You can claim a copy until November 1st, 2 PM UTC.

Be sure not to miss my quick-picks too during their Halloween Sale:

The Halloween Sale on GOG lasts until November 1st, 10 PM UTC.

Don't forget to check out Heroic Games Launcher and Lutris for managing GOG games on Linux / Steam Deck.

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Shmerl Oct 30, 2023
Oh, Playstation published games making it to GOG again. That's a good trend. I think previous one was Horizon Zero Dawn?


Last edited by Shmerl on 30 October 2023 at 7:45 pm UTC
artixbtw Oct 30, 2023
But are the games going to be DRM-free? GOG has relaxed their policies for DRM over time after all.
Cyril Oct 30, 2023
This is big! I was speechless when I saw the God of War banner.
FutureSuture Oct 30, 2023
I look forward to Demon's Souls and Bloodborne in the future.
Install Oct 30, 2023
gog is on fire lately. wish sony made linux versions of their older games.
Grogan Oct 30, 2023
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Quoting: artixbtwBut are the games going to be DRM-free? GOG has relaxed their policies for DRM over time after all.

How has GoG relaxed their policies, do you have an example? Every single game I've bought, installs with a standalone installer and requires no internet activation or connection to play them. They still state that their games are DRM free, everywhere I look, too.

P.S. I don't do multiplayer or GoG Galaxy


Last edited by Grogan on 30 October 2023 at 10:32 pm UTC
Shmerl Oct 30, 2023
Quoting: GroganHow has GoG relaxed their policies, do you have an example? Every single game I've bought, installs with a standalone installer and requires no internet activation or connection to play them. They still state that their games are DRM free, everywhere I look, too.

Yeah, I wonder that too. I think some Galaxy specific rewards are treated as being something of the sort. But at least for Cyberpunk 2077 you can simply unlock them using Cyber Engine Tweaks plugin and some codes.


Last edited by Shmerl on 30 October 2023 at 10:34 pm UTC
benstor214 Oct 31, 2023
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Quoting: GroganHow has GoG relaxed their policies, do you have an example?
There was some controversy with one of the Hitman games. I think it was the third one.
Grogan Oct 31, 2023
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Quoting: benstor214There was some controversy with one of the Hitman games. I think it was the third one.

This, "Hitman Game of the Year Edition" in 2021? If so, yes, they backpedaled and removed it from the store because parts of it required online play.

I can't say I like the initial arrogant stance though, which makes it not such an innocent mistake. Some asshole tried to work that in. Also, the "review bombing" accusation wasn't justified because it was obviously a lot of people angry about the same thing, not review bombing. I would say those reviews are fair game, because you're reviewing the product as purchased on the service in addition to the game itself.

https://www.eurogamer.net/gog-pulls-hitman-from-its-own-store-admits-it-shouldnt-have-released-it-in-its-current-form

Inappropriate game for the service. That was a mistake that they corrected. Offered refunds, pulled the game from the store, and apologized for, though. They haven't changed their policy. I'm glad of that, because it's the main reason I buy games from GoG.

Is this the extent of it, or has there been more loose interpretations of their policy?
elmapul Oct 31, 2023
i dont care about those games, but the fact they will be on a drm-free-only platform entice me to purchase, to help spread the message.

speaking of it, its hard to believe they came from an complete proprietary drm-friendly platform to gog


Last edited by elmapul on 31 October 2023 at 5:46 am UTC
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