Posted December 20, 2017
Yep, it's Techlands own store.
MadalinStroe: Never heard of this store, Gemly.com , and I don't know anything about it. So it's apparently Techland'd own store? Who knows if I'll ever need this information, but it's stuck now.
Get ready for it......they're also going to be releasing a game client.
We struggle to get new stuff now, good luck in the future.
fishbaits: Aaaaaaaaaand yet another item added to the steam only link.
Have any of the others even made it here yet?
nightcraw1er.488: The first drop did make it here (well our version was updated without appearing as an update). Other than that no, all we get is the expensive dressy up dlc. Personally, with the lack of Dead Island, and push for this Gemly store (cos we all need yet another store, which will likely have its own client soon) I have no further interest in Dying light or Techland.
Same here. It's happening far too often on gog site, that we're waiting months/years to get an update/DLC, to the point that I used to ask the devs if it was coming here, but I'm sick of having to go chasing them now. Not just Techland, but all of them.
nightcraw1er.488: Personally, with the lack of Dead Island, and push for this Gemly store (cos we all need yet another store, which will likely have its own client soon) I have no further interest in Dying light or Techland.
Andrey82: Actually, it is ok for me to get that DLC in Gemly, but only if I'm able to activate them on my GOG account. Right now I can activate this ONLY if I have Steam account which is very strange. I'm loosing interest in Techland too. Very disappointing.
If someone sells a game across multiple stores, they (& said stores) should update asap, not months down the line or when they're reminded that not only steam exists & if they can't be arsed to patch all asap or at all, then they should give out keys to the store (steam in most cases) that usually gets the updates so that players can, you know, play the new stuff...
I've already quit purchasing from here because of stuff like this (& gog's own dodgy goings on) & even quit purchasing from some devs/publishers.
We're spoiled for choice when it comes to games, we've thousands to pick from. Devs should remember that when they see less (even if only slightly) purchases happening. :/
Post edited December 20, 2017 by fishbaits