I don't get it, why doesn't it?
Psyringe pretty much explained my point. Of course, I usually perceive the the info cards as being accurate, so if it only says "Steam", my buying the game will depend on whether already own it on Steam or not. I don't go looking in the chat to find out if a DRM-free download will be added later and unless someone mentions it here, I've missed something I might have been interested in.
But yeah, "we will try to include DRM-free versions in the future if possible" does sound like a generic reply you'd get from support. I too would be interested to know games for which DRM-free downloads were added some time after a Groupees bundle went live.
I think Darko's point is that it's not very useful to advertise a game as "may have a DRM-free download eventually, but we can't guarantee it", since the customers who are interested in a DRM-free version would not pick that game in a build-a-bundle if there's only a vague chance to get what they really want. I don't think I agree with that argumentation, but that's how I understood it.
The reason why I don't agree is that bundles are so cheap. The customer who wants a DRM-free download, and buys a Steam game that is advertised as "may be getting a DRM-free version eventually, but we can't guarantee it", is taking a gamle.[...]
More or less, but I was thinking situations where the buyer doesn't even know that a certain game "may have a DRM-free download eventually, but we can't guarantee it". Besides, a buyer who doesn't check the chat or participate in a gaming forum, where such information might come up, isn't not likely to hear that (as far as I know). Lucius, for example, is still tagged as a Steam-only game.