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GOG Galaxy 2.0 is now in open beta phase

GOG.com has announced that GOG GALAXY 2.0, the free application to bring together all your games and friends in one place, is now available for everyone to test. GOG GALAXY 2.0 conveniently shows you all your games as one library and makes it easier than ever to stay in touch with your friends across PC and console platforms.

Piotr Karwowski, Managing Director at GOG, said:

“For the past few years, we’ve seen continuous fragmentation of our game collections and gaming friends lists, further proving the need for an application that unites them all. And I’m sure there are even more clients and launchers on the way. We’re amazed and thankful for the reaction from the community to the app and taking it even further by creating integrations with 20 gaming platforms – allowing everyone to see all their games and friends in GOG GALAXY 2.0.”

As the press release reads, the closed beta brought numerous big updates like seeing friends’ online status from different platforms in GOG GALAXY 2.0 or adding Global Search. The latter allows multiple options – finding games and friends, launching games with a single press of a key and giving the ability to manually add any game to the library.

PC gamers can join the GOG GALAXY 2.0 Open Beta now by downloading the app for Windows or Mac from its official website. Gamers can import and organize all their PC and console games in one library, install and launch PC titles, keep track of their progress and see their friends’ status, achievements and game time across all gaming platforms. The app is also the best way to run and update your DRM-free GOG.COM games library.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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