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A perfect game for all the fans of first-person shooters like Doom or Quake is coming soon. Early access to Wrath: Aeon of Ruin from 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment is now available on GOG.COM. Explore ancient ruins and fight hordes of enemies with a formidable arsenal of weapons. Although still in development, the game looks very promising - check it out with a 5% discount. Buy it together with Ion Fury and get a 12% discount on both! The offer lasts until 29th November 2019, at 6 PM UTC.

Note: This game is currently in development. See the <span class="bold"> FAQ </span> to learn more about games in development, and check out the forums to find more information and to stay in touch with the community.
The trailer makes me think of nothing so much as the excellent Chasm: The Rift
So if you already own Ion Fury bought at full price you don't get the discount. Great GOG. That's how you treat loyalty.
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PromZA: So if you already own Ion Fury bought at full price you don't get the discount. Great GOG.
I've bought Ion Fury back then and I got my 5 % discount for Wrath: Aeon of Ruin without any problems.

1C_Dan (dev) on that other site (the one with the drm):
We are planning on releasing MAC and Linux version on full launch.
Post edited November 25, 2019 by Berzerk2002
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PromZA: So if you already own Ion Fury bought at full price you don't get the discount. Great GOG.
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Berzerk2002: I've bought Ion Fury back then and I got my 5 % discount for Wrath: Aeon of Ruin without any problems.
Everyone gets the 5% discount, but apparently you get a 12% discount if you buy both at the same time.

That's too bad for them. Add the (at the moment) missing Linux version and the horrible save system that they promised and I'm not very motivated to buy this game until it is deeply discounted.
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mk47at: Add the (at the moment) missing Linux version and the horrible save system that they promised and I'm not very motivated to buy this game until it is deeply discounted.
MAC and Linux versions will be available at full release. And for the save system: it's absolutely fine. Not only do you find multiple shrines in each level where you can save, you also find many save items that you can use. I n the first map alone I found more save items than I could carry with me.
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Berzerk2002: MAC and Linux versions will be available at full release. (…)
Make that: Are supposed to be… There never are any guarantees. Think WItcher 3 Steam OS (AKA Linux) version, Into the Breach, Turok 2 (only on Steam), and dozen other examples.
Would love to play with offline bots...
Looks like faux 90s shooters are the new Isometric RPGs of GOG.