Most probably. It's also worthwhile to mention that Hard West 1 version 1.5 is available on GOG (since 2017).
Due to posts like this one, and also the other replies to my concern about the Hard West games, I was led to believe everything is in order, so therefore I bought the Hard West games.
But then I unfortunately realized that there needs to be a new variation created of the thread in the OP here, or better yet, the premise of the OP needs to be modified so that it becomes inclusive of another type of terrible treatment of GOG customers: that is, games that are broken on GOG, but which do not necessarily treat GOG customers like second-class citizens, because they are also equally broken on Steam too.
Hard West 1 is one of those games, as you can see proven by how the devs themselves openly admit right here in emails that were quoted from them in the year 2018: https://steamcommunity.com/app/307670/discussions/0/1692662484258253692
As you can see, the devs acknowledge the fact the Hard West 1 has a game-breaking bug in it, but they vowed not
to fix it whilst they were working on Phantom Doctrine, and these comments came after
Hard West 1's (apparently final ever) patch 1.5 was already released, meaning the bug certainly still exists as of patch 1.5.
And the devs also promised to patch this game-breaking bug in Hard West 1 after they finished Phantom Doctrine, but yet they've never done so.
Since they never fixed it, I just experienced this bug now, in April 2023, and no doubt many others also have done so between the years of 2017 (and maybe earlier too) and 2023, and will continue to do so forever, apparently.
Thus, issues like this prove that this thread, on its own, with its current premise is not fit for purpose, because the premise of this thread assumes - incorrectly - that a GOG game which has patch parity with Steam means that nothing is wrong with that game, even though actually with some games, like Hard West 1, there actually is something very
wrong with it.
Note: I'm not blaming the other posters who tried to help me by addressing my concerns for having done something wrong. I appreciate the help. I am also not blaming the OP for how the premise of the OP turned out.
But I am pointing out how the premise of the OP is flawed, unintentionally so, because its premise is not encompassing & comprehensive enough to cover shady devs and games that are treating GOG customers horribly, but yet flying under the radar due to these oversights in the premise of the OP which I've just described.
So, please consider to modify the premise of the OP in order that these shady devs and their broken games will start to be named & shamed, on the spread sheet, like they need to be, like the other games & devs listed on the spreadsheet are.
Otherwise, if the premise of the OP is not altered, then those shady devs and their broken games are getting a "free pass" to shaft GOG customers with zero accountability for doing so, and also the customers have no reference source to see whether or not they are about to get ripped off before they buy the broken game and therefore actually do get ripped off.