Friday, July 11, 2008

CD Projekt Launch Digital Distribution Platform

Stardock recently joined the Digital Distribution party and today saw CD Projekt do the same. Well known for their hit RPG The Witcher, the developers have launched GOG.com. Their unique pull is a DRM (Digital Rights Management) free system that will offer classic games which have been optimised for the modern age. Codemasters and Interplay are already on board with titles like Fallout, Operation Flashpoint, Freespace 2 and TOCA Race Driver 3 all expected to fetch between $5.99 and $9.99. A closed beta of the program is expected to begin in the first of August.
via AvidGamer

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