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New company in the catalog: Shedworks for Sable:
Guide Sable through her Gliding; a rite of passage that will take her across vast deserts and mesmerizing landscapes, capped by the remains of spaceships and ancient wonders.

Explore the dunes on your hoverbike, scale monumental ruins and encounter other nomads as you unearth mysteries long forgotten and discover who she really is behind her mask.

With its unique art style and original soundtrack by Japanese Breakfast, envelop yourself in Sable’s world and explore everything at your own pace. There is a lot in this world just waiting to be discovered. Do not be afraid. Take the leap.
New company in the catalog: "DESTINYbi" which might be a typo. If "DESTINYbit" is the actual name, this might be for Dice Legacy, a survival city builder.
Post edited June 11, 2021 by The-Business
Never mind. I see the game I was posting about is already officially coming here.
Post edited 5 days ago by Mr.Mumbles
Black Book will be released on GoG.
Dunno why no announcement was published.
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shade: Dunno why no announcement was published.
What's worse is when GOG somehow skips over actual release announcements for newly arrived games. =/
Post edited 5 days ago by Mr.Mumbles
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shade: Dunno why no announcement was published.
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Mr.Mumbles: What's worse is when GOG somehow skips over actual release announcements for newly arrived games. =/
That's because the very idea of writing releases and texts for every newly arrived game is flawed and doesn't scale well with store growth.

What we really need is a simple log (separate simple light and fast page) in the form:
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{Date - Time}: The game Y{link_to_game} added to catalog.
{Date - Time}: The game A{link_to_game} changed: Added file(-s).
{Date - Time}: The game B{link_to_game} changed: Changed file(-s) / Changed version.
{Date - Time}: The game C{link_to_game} changed: Deleted file(-s).
{Date - Time}: Sale X{link_to_sale} started. Will end in {Timer}.
{Date - Time}: The game Z{link_to_game} will be removed from the catalog after {Timer} due to the request of the publisher.
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and so on.

Simple, fast, convenient and useful page with such a log.

That way we could easily keep track of what's been added, what's been updated, what sales have appeared and are active.
In this case, the generation of such a page can be automated almost completely (no need to manually fill it or change it, except when there is a warning about the impending removal of the game from the catalog).
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Loger13: What we really need is a simple log (separate simple light and fast page) in the form:
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{Date - Time}: The game Y{link_to_game} added to catalog.
{Date - Time}: The game A{link_to_game} changed: Added file(-s).
{Date - Time}: The game B{link_to_game} changed: Changed file(-s) / Changed version.
{Date - Time}: The game C{link_to_game} changed: Deleted file(-s).
{Date - Time}: Sale X{link_to_sale} started. Will end in {Timer}.
{Date - Time}: The game Z{link_to_game} will be removed from the catalog after {Timer} due to the request of the publisher.
GOGdb has some of that functionality already. You can see which products were added and which games had changes applied to their builds and offline installers in the changelog: https://www.gogdb.org/changelog . If you want more details, you can see version numbers and the like in the extended changelog or on the respective product's database entry on that site.

What's missing is the ability to see sales (though you can see price changes in the respective game's database entry) and information on which games will be removed from the store.
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Loger13: What we really need is a simple log (separate simple light and fast page) in the form:
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{Date - Time}: The game Y{link_to_game} added to catalog.
{Date - Time}: The game A{link_to_game} changed: Added file(-s).
{Date - Time}: The game B{link_to_game} changed: Changed file(-s) / Changed version.
{Date - Time}: The game C{link_to_game} changed: Deleted file(-s).
{Date - Time}: Sale X{link_to_sale} started. Will end in {Timer}.
{Date - Time}: The game Z{link_to_game} will be removed from the catalog after {Timer} due to the request of the publisher.
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Exsurgent: GOGdb has some of that functionality already. You can see which products were added and which games had changes applied to their builds and offline installers in the changelog: https://www.gogdb.org/changelog . If you want more details, you can see version numbers and the like in the extended changelog or on the respective product's database entry on that site.

What's missing is the ability to see sales (though you can see price changes in the respective game's database entry) and information on which games will be removed from the store.
I know all that. Moreover, the GOG API gives most of this information. But not all of it, and it's still in an uncomfortable way (not to mention that gogdb is unofficial).
SacriFire by Pixelated Milk (the developers of Regalia and Warsaw) will be released in 2022.
https://www.gematsu.com/2021/06/90s-inspired-rpg-sacrifire-announced-for-ps5-xbox-series-ps4-xbox-one-switch-and-pc

There is also a Kickstarter for the game:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sacrifire/sacrifire
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Grargar: SacriFire by Pixelated Milk (the developers of Regalia and Warsaw) will be released in 2022.
https://www.gematsu.com/2021/06/90s-inspired-rpg-sacrifire-announced-for-ps5-xbox-series-ps4-xbox-one-switch-and-pc

There is also a Kickstarter for the game:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sacrifire/sacrifire
https://www.gog.com/game/sacrifire
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New company combination in the catalog: Tate Multimedia, Teyon - should be Urban Trial Playground. Maybe the other motorbike games detected months ago will also arrive.
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New company in the catalog: Zarc Attack for Exophobia:
Exophobia is a retro-inspired first person shooter with fast-paced combat. You wake up to find yourself alone in a spaceship infested with hostile alien soldiers. Explore your surroundings while you uncover piece by piece the backstory and destiny of its human inhabitants. Shoot, dash, stun your enemies and more, in your path to survive! Upgrade your weapon to gain new abilities that dramatically change your combat style.
New company in the catalog: VR Designs, war game developer of e.g. the Decisive Campaign series.
Post edited 2 days ago by The-Business
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The-Business: New company in the catalog: VR Designs, war game developer of e.g. the Decisive Campaign series.
Could be for Shadow Empire. At least that one would be more interesting than yet another WW2 game.
Post edited 2 days ago by Mr.Mumbles
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Elex II has just been announced

The first one's here and since this one's also published by THQ Nordic, I think it's safe to assume that it will also come to GOG.

Here's the announcement trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dg09LJky-bw