The new update for GOG Galaxy 2.0 will let users manage all PC games subscriptions in one place.
As reported by PCGamesN, subscriptions such as Xbox Game Pass can now be accessed in the games client.
Furthermore, you can now “link multiple executables to any game and add your own launch parameters, to play games with custom mods or settings.” This new feature makes it easier to adjust a game to your personal preference.
On top of this, users can now change the order in which games are listed. The update will be downloaded automatically the next time users open the games client. However, this only applies to Galaxy 2.0 in beta, and the live Galaxy 1.2 version cannot be updated for the time being.
CD Projekt first rolled out GOG Galaxy 2.0 in May 2019 to attempt to be a one-stop launcher.
In February, the CD Projekt owned storefront changed its refund policy. Furthermore, in Q1 2019, the company saw a 31 per cent rise in revenue.
Update 5 is live!
We're happy to announce that displaying & managing games owned from subscriptions, among other cool new features, are now a part of #GOGALAXY 2.0