Paradox patnership with GoG is relatively new, and a huge number of games have already been released so far. For the most recent Paradox's games, I suggest to wait, I'me pretty sure they will come here. So, I expect to see tyranny here too.
I genuinely hope you're right, but all the Paradox games here so far have been old ones which already had a DRM free version. Unlike Deep Silver who have made non steam version of previously exclusive titles like Metro/ Saints Row 3 (and good on them for that) Paradox has only ever gone the reverse way.
It's great to hope- and as above, I certainly am hoping- that Tyranny or CK2/ EU3/ Cities: Skyline/ HOI4 etc come here but the thread title does use 'confirmed', and none of those including Tyranny are anywhere near confirmed
at this point.
There's no reason why Skylines and CK2 aren't on gog yet. I hear Steam mod workshop, blah blah blah. Don't care. Make a separate setup build package with vanilla contents. I'll pay for the gog vanilla version. WE'LL PAY.
It's not that hard, Paradox. Gog is now a giant gaming vending machine with coins spewing out of it. Why don't you jump on board and come in for the big win. Fill those DRM-free pockets, sir! You've earned it.