Here's a curious one, the survival adventure The Long Dark from Hinterland Studio is going to be leaving GOG.
What's even stranger, is that GOG have an agreement with the developer that anyone who currently owns it or purchases it up until it leaves will still get updates to it. This only usually happens when developers are unhappy with GOG in terms of features, service or the "hassle" of supporting more than one store.
Here's what GOG said on their forum:
We'd like to give you a heads-up that on November 7th, 2pm UTC, The Long Dark will be removed from our catalog.
If you were not sure whether you wish to have this exploration-survival game or not, now is a good time to decide :)
Those who already own the games, or will purchase them before this Wednesday, will of course still be able to access them through their library. All owners will also have access to updates even after the game’s removal.
They also clarified here the agreement on updates.
No reason, however, has been given by either party on why this is happening, so I have reached out to Hinterland to see if they can let us know why and I will update this article if they reply. I don't want to speculate on it too much, but perhaps it's as a result of GOG's recent dumb tweet.
Hat tip to Doomguy in our Discord.