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No international pricing I guess... :(

I mean, it's the same price as Steam... usually GOG is cheaper.

Anyone notice the same?
This question / problem has been solved by RyaReisenderimage
GOG gets you wopping 4,50€ back on purchase, so I guess it balances out?
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Sok4R: GOG gets you wopping 4,50€ back on purchase, so I guess it balances out?
Really? How does it work... on checkout it says 29.99 just like Steam does.
GoG's fair pricing policy works like this:
If a game costs more in your country than the cost in $ then you get the price difference back as store credit.

For example the game usually costs $30, but in your country you have to pay 30€, you actually pay $35.3, so $5.3 more. You get these $5.3 = 4.5€ back as store credit.

You can see it on the store page:

4.50 OFF ANY FUTURE PURCHASE. You get free Wallet funds (our Fair Price Package) to offset the regional pricing.
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RyaReisender: GoG's fair pricing policy works like this:
If a game costs more in your country than the cost in $ then you get the price difference back as store credit.

For example the game usually costs $30, but in your country you have to pay 30€, you actually pay $35.3, so $5.3 more. You get these $5.3 = 4.5€ back as store credit.

You can see it on the store page:

4.50 OFF ANY FUTURE PURCHASE. You get free Wallet funds (our Fair Price Package) to offset the regional pricing.
Thanks for explaining.

Appreciated.