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equick1: Thanks for posting this, was really concerned about the missing stuff between the Steam and GoG versions. Glad my money wasn't poorly spent.

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takezodunmer2005: Fuck off gog users! This is precisely what they're saying to us... it's 2019 and STILL no modding tools!
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equick1: It doesn't seem like they're completely throwing GoG off, but you have to consider they're a small indie studio that got assistance from Steam for the modding tools and online mode integration. It's not that the features are permanent to Steam but it's clear that the programming involved requires some reworking in order for things to work for GoG, especially if you're not using GoG Galaxy. Steam is also a bigger platform with more sales numbers, so it's no wonder they're focusing on that platform then letting those that want a DRM free copy to wait when there's so many fewer of us.

tl;dr, I don't think Gears For Breakfast or their discord mods are lying to us or throwing us by the wayside, given their responses. Patience is a virture.
Patience isn't a virtue in this case. We've been duped.
Welp, we got all the DLCs, but not all *complete* DLCs. I appreciate the price cut, but having a "where's multiplayer on gog" question in their faq, which links to another post that basically answers "we excluded gog buyers for the sake of including everybody" kinda makes me think they don't care.
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Feror: Welp, we got all the DLCs, but not all *complete* DLCs. I appreciate the price cut, but having a "where's multiplayer on gog" question in their faq, which links to another post that basically answers "we excluded gog buyers for the sake of including everybody" kinda makes me think they don't care.
Seems so :/

I went to the GfB website to check if the steam version came to exist, and GOG isn't even mentioned on the website, just Steam and its Workshop, along with the steam-only collector's box.