Posted June 24, 2014
Sorry you feel that way, although I feel your comment is rather unfair itself, allow me to state my case.
Toploader: On it! Testing it right now to make sure it's all good now we've ripped out the Steam API's ect.
graspee: Is it true that this update includes stuff that steam users got a year ago though? I don't want to sound antagonistic or anything but treating the people who buy the drm-free version as second class citizens like that is really unfair.
The first updates on Steam hit 6 months ago and we've been updating it since then, the last being as recently as one month ago. So GoG will only have had to wait around 7 months for some updates, and 2 months for the most recent. Steam is where our biggest userbase is, and it's handy that we could push updates daily if we needed to and get feedback right away. Trust me, you guys have missed a lot of hotfixes and bug testing as a result ;)
Our Steam version is also DRM free, you can download it via steam, use Steam to update it if you so wish, but you can also copy the files out of the Steam folder and run it as a portable install. No matter how you feel about Steam as a portal, P2 is totally DRM free on it. It just has Steams API's built in that hook into Steam, only if you have it running. Much the same way I hope it'll work with Galaxy when it lands. So no DRM free snubbing here.
Remember these updates are totally free, too! Many that bought the game on GoG got it as is, never expecting all these updates.