GOG Galaxy 2.0: Everybody In One Place?!

Wow! GOG / CD Projekt has come up with an outstanding idea for GOG Galaxy 2.0! Our Polish friends are preparing to make a bold, brave move!

Steam, Epic Games Store, uPlay, Discord, Origin, etc – there are a lot of launchers nowadays that we need to install and use to play the games that are usually exclusively available via those services. Fret not, GOG is here to fix your problems with GOG Galaxy 2.0. Let’s see what they plan:

  • One Library – Import all your games from PC and consoles, build and organize them into one master collection.
  • Game Stats – Keep track of all your achievements, hours played and games owned, combined across platforms
  • Game Launcher – Install and launch any PC game you own, no matter the platform.
  • Full Customisation – Create custom library views by filtering, sorting, tagging and adding your own visuals like game backgrounds and covers.
  • Games Discovery (coming soon) – Follow upcoming releases, and discover games popular among your friends and the gaming community.
  • Activity Feed – See your friends’ cross-platform achievements, game time milestones and recently played games.
  • Leaderboards – Compete with friends and see who is the master collector, completionist or spends the most time playing.
  • Cross-Platform Chat (Coming Soon) – No matter on which platform your friends are, you can chat with them.
  • One Friends List (Coming Soon) – Bring together your friends from all platforms, and see their online status.

You read that right, cross-platform ideas! That means consoles! According to their Q&A page, they don’t plan on spying on you (which is a nice jab towards the Epic Games Store…) – all you need to do is a single click to delete your data on their servers. And all of this would come with open-source integration. Let’s hope that the rivals will not kick GOG away from one of the best ideas of the decade… so it’s time to register for the beta!

Source: WCCFTech

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BadSector is a seasoned journalist for more than twenty years. He communicates in English, Hungarian and French. He worked for several gaming magazines - including the Hungarian GameStar, where he worked 8 years as editor. (For our office address, email and phone number check out our impressum)

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