Agree about the DRM, but dont expect entire concert in this size to be free to watch. they paid people to record this.Garrison72;n7857420 said:No I'm expecting them to release content with a fair price and without DRM. Have they forgotten about the whole DRM free business?
If that were the case, they would be releasing their games with DRM as well, which they are not. Everything on GoG, including the Witcher series, is still DRM free.ummagoomba;n7870890 said:The answer to that, is yes. Yes they have.
If you look at what CDPR IP they make profits from. You will find they have DRM on the majority of their merchandise (music, video, comics). I really can see them drop their anti-DRM stance on their games at some point in the future. You can see them slowly become more and more like a big corporation where all that matters is numbers on a spreadsheet. The personality has slowly been draining out of CDPR from what appears to have been the development of TW3.Pug.;n7875410 said:If that were the case, they would be releasing their games with DRM as well, which they are not. Everything on GoG, including the Witcher series, is still DRM free.
I understand people taking issue with CDPR partnering up with businesses that use copyright protection - e.g. Dark Horse with their comics, or in this case, YouTube - but let's not be hyperbolic and act like they are slapping Denuvo on everything.
You just made it easier for them NOT to release, DRM free. Whats the point, when you are going to buy it anyway? Show some restraint, fight the good fight!Aditya;n7906730 said:I bought it on YouTube because that's big here (thankfully, I guess?) but really hoping to get a DRM free version to watch in leisure in my radio-free batcave.
It seems they are not up for engaging/acknowledging this with us. But, even if they did, every new digital release they do, outside of games is the same. They DRM it, we have to complain at them. It's been a repeating cycle for over a year now.Yeiiow;n7929510 said:As the others have pointed out, i see no reason why this has not been released DRM-free on GoG.
What happens to all the DRM-free talk? Soundtracks, comics, and now also videos locked with DRM from a company whos core fundations were based on NO-DRM... how money changes people... No Enhanced Edition for Witcher 3, no RedKit 2... such a fall from grace in my eyes.
Burza46;n7804520 said:The full concert video can be bought here and on GOG.com. A free preview of the concert is also available. If you bought the video on YouTube you can also download it from GOG.com. Please contact: email@example.com - this offer will last two weeks only (till 15.03.2017).
How do you know that it wasn't their intention from the very beginning to release the concert on GoG? It only lagged a couple weeks behind the YouTube release.ummagoomba;n7957000 said:So, they finally did it. Shame it took a lot of complaints, it would have been more re-assuring for CDPRs default position to be, release this stuff first and foremost as DRM free.