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The goal behind GOG GALAXY 2.0 is to bring all your games and friends together in one place. Today, a new partner joins us and takes us another step closer to achieving it.

We’re happy to add to GOG GALAXY 2.0 the official integration with Epic Games Store, which is the second most connected external platform in the app, says Oleg Klapovsky, SVP at GOG. Together with GOG.COM and Xbox Live, those official integrations are bringing a more seamless and reliable experience to gamers.

We’re excited that Epic Games Store integration has come to GOG GALAXY 2.0, said Steve Allison, General Manager of the Epic Games Store. It’s an important step towards breaking down walls between PC stores, as it enables a unified experience for players to manage their PC games library independent of where their games were purchased.

The new official integration is the latest addition to GOG GALAXY 2.0, which we’re constantly improving with features requested by gamers. One of the recently added was the ability to see all your gaming subscriptions in one place. It helps gamers to conveniently browse, install, and launch games from an overwhelming amount of titles available on each subscription.
Post edited July 22, 2020 by elcook
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smuggly: Now that games I launched from the shortcut or folder open galaxy anyway where is the difference from other launchers?
I use and like Galaxy. Isn't it just another drm launcher now though?
Thanks
It's not really DRM, though, because you still have the ability to install and launch games without ever having the Galaxy client on your system.
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smuggly: Now that games I launched from the shortcut or folder open galaxy anyway where is the difference from other launchers?
I use and like Galaxy. Isn't it just another drm launcher now though?
Thanks
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obliviondoll: It's not really DRM, though, because you still have the ability to install and launch games without ever having the Galaxy client on your system.
True.