New technology can be an updater client. It really has to be open source if GOG wants to differentiate the service from Steam.Unveiling of GOG.com's new technology taking the platform to the next level!
Exciting announcement regarding The Witcher: Adventure game.
What do you mean by an updater client? I'd hate to see any form of auto-update with GOG - to me the value is that you can choose for yourself when you want to update. And I've never used their download client, I've always just used a browser downloader.New technology can be an updater client. It really has to be open source if GOG wants to differentiate the service from Steam.
I care about GOG because it's one of the only things that has been keeping CDP afloat in the past. Without it we probably wouldn't have gotten a Witcher 3, so any time I can I try to support them.Personally I don't care as much for GOG.com then for the adventure game. (I barely visit GOG.com, but nice to see they keep evolving and expanding)!
As long as it isn't mandatory, because YMMV:@Dragonbird: Let's compare use cases of Steam and GOG right now:
User opens the client, and installs some game in it. Further management of udpates happens through the client (user doesn't need to manually figure out what to download and install to update the game).
Good - convenience of automatic management of updates. Incremental updates means less time to update the game.
Thank you for the laugh, Jupiter~
Wow...Here's Marcin Iwinski wearing a towel: