The devs are responsible for patching their games, not GOG so they are the ones you need to complain to.
The devs are perfectly capable of making their patches GOG compatible, just as they make them Steam compatible.
It's the devs responsibility to provide the patch here, not GOG's.
Plenty of devs manage to release patches on both GOG, and Steam at the same time.
Hello Games had no problems releasing the recent No Man's Sky patch on both Steam, and GOG.
Dreamfall Chaters Final Cut, also released on both Steam, and GOG.
That's just two recent patches, I can think of without looking, but if they can manage it, so can these devs, if they wanted to.
Any reason the devs may give, is a feeble excuse. If unforssen problems arise, a week is more than enough to fix that sort of issue.
These devs are the problem, and they are usually the ones that release on GOG much later than Steam.
They only releasee on GOG, to get a quick sales boost, once Steam sales dry up
Then don't make any effor to patch it, until the new Steam update stops selling.
GOG is responsible for creating the offline installers, based on what the devs provide.
This usually means GOG Galaxy gets an update a few hours sooner, than I get my offline installer
This can sometimes mean a full reinstall, rather than a patch, due to the way it happens, but it's still released.
You are entitled to go where you like, but the problem is the devs are giving GOG a second class service.
GOG isn't the one witholding a patch, for better Steam sales, that's all on the Dev and/or Publisher.
Post edited August 17, 2017 by UhuruNUru