DRM-free gaming, Good one GOG: Get a free game, but..

February 22, 2014

GOG will *give* to you a free game, if you buy/preorder one of three big upcoming games via digital version service. Plus they will add in regional pricing since it currently only accepts payments in US.
I like what GOG stated thus if you think about progress, devs and alike have to help, share, contribute and give a boost to those ones who doesn’t have many options.

We need more games, devs, and publishers on board to make DRM-free gaming something that’s standard for all of the gaming world!

To quote:

GOG is offering its customers a nice deal: Buy or preorder any one of three “big” upcoming games through its digital-distribution service and get another for free.

The company announced today that it’s lining up three “big titles” for either preorder or launch-day purchase in the next couple months. Two of them are role-playing games, and one is a strategy title.

“While we can’t tell you what they are yet because breaking an NDA has more severe penalties than just getting a noogie, we’re confident that you’ll be as excited about these games as we are,” GOG wrote in an update today.

Customers who buy or preorder any of the three can choose a free gift from a selection of games that GOG offers as a bonus. It did this previously for developer CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher 2.

And like with The Witcher 2, GOG will add in regional pricing since it currently only accepts payments in USD.

“We’re doing this because we believe that there’s no better way to accomplish our overall goals for DRM-free gaming and GOG.com,” it wrote. “We need more games, devs, and publishers on board to make DRM-free gaming something that’s standard for all of the gaming world!”

Source
GOG.com

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