On the other hand, it would really suck if GOG goes bankrupt. That would put a lot of people's libraries in jeopardy (I'm sure most customers don't backup every game they have).
If they are at risk of going bankrupt, then they need to start listening to, rather than ignoring their customers. And of course, remember the key factors that have made them successful in the first place.
That said, by looking at the numbers for H1, it appears that it costs GOG more money to sell a game than the profit it makes off it. Which means that they will need to cut on some expenditure (which has risen significantly in comparison to H1 2020), since I don't think they can increase their profit margin (30% of the sale, I believe). Whatever they decide to cut will probably be painful.
They will need to make cuts to Galaxy then, since it's the only thing they ever seem to spend any money on.
I got a question for people concerned about drm on gog. For games that require galaxy for multiplayer, would you prefer if the games weren't sold at all here? or perhaps sold but multiplayer just doesn't work? just curious, thanks.
Requiring a client for multiplayer is a form of DRM, which goes against GOG's founding principles. My personal preference would be for those games to be fixed so that the MP doesn't require Galaxy. If that can't be done, then I would like to see either the MP portion stripped out or those games removed.