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CD Projekt to restructure GOG team in wake of $2.2 million losses, focusing on its DRM-free philosophy
CD Projekt has shared its plans for GOG’s future in the wake of the store’s net losses. The company wants to restructure a division, moving some of its employees to the game development team. GOG’s concept will also go back to the roots, focusing on offering DRM-free games.
GOG responds to Hitman backlash, saying it “will not tolerate review bombing”
Hitman was met with huge criticism from users after being released on GOG last week. The game’s rating dropped to 1.4 stars out of 5, as some of its parts required an online connection. The store has officially responded to the backlash, saying it has a zero-tolerance policy towards review bombing.
Red Candle Games describes sales of self-published version of Devotion as “insignificant”
Taiwanese developer Red Candle has discussed the fate of its troubled horror game Devotion nearly three months since its re-release on the developer’s website. The sales, according to the studio, have been insignificant compared to Devotion’s performance on Steam where the title debuted two years ago.