Home United States USA — software GOG.com goes back to its roots with ‘handpicked’ library of DRM-free games

GOG.com goes back to its roots with ‘handpicked’ library of DRM-free games

37
0
SHARE

The games store is losing money, sadly, and so has a new strategy – going back to the past.
We’ve just heard that GOG.com is losing money and has decided to change tack as a result, going back to its roots. The digital store, which is owned by CD Projekt, is taking a different approach by reverting to its original philosophy of a tight focus on a smaller selection of PC games which aren’t hampered by any DRM software. As The Verge spotted, the CFO at CD Projekt, Piotr Nielubowicz, commented: “Regarding GOG, its performance does present a challenge, and recently we’ve taken measures to improve its financial standing. “First and foremost, we’ve decided that GOG should focus more on its core business activity.” Nielubowicz explained, “Which means offering a handpicked selection of games with its unique DRM-free philosophy.

Continue reading...