The DRM-free Digital Distributor launches a fully localised German version of their store, celebrates with 25+ games on sale, including Deponia 97% off
GOG.com, the DRM-free Digital Distributor for Windows, Mac, and Linux games has just launched a localized version of the service in German! To make all German visitors feel more welcome, GOG.com are putting over 25 German games on sale untill March 3, 6 AM! This includes Deponia – a classic German adventure – in a special limited-time offer, on sale for 0.49 Euro.
GOG.com has much to offer to German-speaking gamers. Out of 900+ DRM-free games, the GOG.com library already includes a huge number of titles available in German, and they will be rolling out 30 more German localisation on February 26, bringing that number up to 350+. On that list are Lucasfilm favorites like Sam & Max Hit the Road and Star Wars classics, fresh games like Wasteland 2 or Book of Unwritten Tales 2 , and much, much more from partners including Disney, Warner Bros., Activision, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, and Square-Enix. German gamers can look forward to not just a localised browsing experience, but also support for their preferred payment methods (like Sofort, Giropay and Paysafecard), the 30-Day Money Back Guarantee, and a dedicated German-speaking customer support team always at the ready.
With a vast library of oldies and fresh titles, the upcoming launch of GOG Galaxy multiplayer client and services, plus the recent addition of Warner Bros. and Paradox titles to their offering, GOG.com is the the place to be for gamers worldwide.