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Priyasaini: That's all good and nice, and I am sure nobody will object to the changes. But, the main question here is:

When will you guys implement a wallet system? :)
https://imgur.com/a/8Hxvc1L
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Priyasaini:
https://www.gog.com/wallet
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Guys, you are replying to a spam bot that copy-pasted post #2 in the thread.
We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5.99$ = 5.29 EUR = 4.69 GBP = 9.19 AUD = 439 RUB = 22.79 PLN = 56.80 SEK = 57.20 NOK = 39.40 DKK = 5.59 CHF = 8.19 CAD = 28.09 BRL = 42.00 CNY

9.99$ = 8.89 EUR = 7.69 GBP = 15.29 AUD = 729 RUB = 37.99 PLN = 94.70 SEK = 95.40 NOK = 65.70 DKK = 9.39 CHF = 13.69 CAD = 46.89 BRL = 69.00 CNY

14.99$ = 13.29 EUR = 11.59 GBP = 22.99 AUD = 1089 RUB = 56.99 PLN = 142.10 SEK = 143.10 NOK = 98.60 DKK = 13.99 CHF = 20.59 CAD = 70.29 BRL = 104.00 CNY
Ah, Spring Sale is coming :)
New rates are slightly more favorable for euro users. :)
Local prices are wacked out. Just yesterday I saw Divinity 2 for 800rub, now it's 1899rub! WTF, GOG? No wonder I don't buy anything here any more. With this sort of pricing, I never will.
Post edited March 16, 2020 by anzial
US$ is currently going crazy against asian currency. RIP those who pay in them
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anzial: Local prices are wacked out. Just yesterday I saw Divinity 2 for 800rub, now it's 1899rub! WTF, GOG? No wonder I don't buy anything here any more. With this sort of pricing, I never will.
I see it for 800 RUB (for the "Definitive Edition") with 50% discount now = 400 RUB.
I'm not sure what caused the issue in your case but I can guess as it also happens with me sometimes when I'm not logged in but accessing the store with Russian language—the store might display USD prices converted to RUB from USD directly so the prices are way higher that their actual RUB prices when I'm logged in. Maybe it's due to VPN with Europe/America region? Please ensure you're not using VPN when accessing GOG.
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ai_enabled: I'm not sure what caused the issue in your case but I can guess as it also happens with me sometimes when I'm not logged in but accessing the store with Russian language—the store might display USD prices converted to RUB from USD directly so the prices are way higher that their actual RUB prices when I'm logged in. Maybe it's due to VPN with Europe/America region? Please ensure you're not using VPN when accessing GOG.
I'm not Russia, but I can buy and activate Russian/CIS keys from Russian stores. GOG, however, suddenly decided that my country is twice as rich as Russia since they doubled the price. Right now on 50% off sale, Divinity 2 costs more than it was without a sale a few days ago in russian rubles. And these are correct prices, I'm always logged in and even with VPN prices are the same.
Post edited March 18, 2020 by anzial
This is the first time I've been grateful for not deferring a price increase.

The AUD has collapsed in the past week. I'm dreading the next price revision.
We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5.99$ = 5.39 EUR = 4.89 GBP = 9.79 AUD = 479 RUB = 24.39 PLN = 59.10 SEK = 62.7 NOK = 40.00 DKK = 5.69 CHF = 8.39 CAD = 30.59 BRL = 43.00 CNY

9.99$ = 8.99 EUR = 8.09 GBP = 16.19 AUD = 789 RUB = 40.59 PLN = 98.60 SEK = 104.50 NOK = 66.80 DKK = 9.49 CHF = 13.99 CAD = 50.99 BRL = 71.00 CNY

14.99$ = 13.49 EUR = 12.09 GBP = 24.29 AUD = 1189 RUB = 60.89 PLN = 148.00 SEK = 156.90 NOK = 100.20 DKK = 14.29 CHF = 20.99 CAD = 76.39 BRL = 106.00 CNY
I was expecting that.

Thank you for waiting until after the sale.