Posted July 22, 2022
If I'd have to guess, I'd say that it's easier to put up a Steam page, because the dev/publisher has access to the tools to do it themselves, while on GOG the process is done by their staff.
bluethief: That's a problem that, imo, GOG has for a long time. Too many times we only know a game is coming to GOG a few days before it releases, or even the day of release, while the Steam page has been up since the game announcement.
tfishell: True but to me it seems like, for a Good Old Game, GOG should especially be active regarding this. Maybe SNEG wants to focus on just Steam for the time being and a GOG release will come later.
That would explain why GOG pages usually come later. Don't know if this is the case, but it's the feeling I have.