Everything should be gathered under one roof if GOG gets what they want.
CD Projekt Red is not only a fan of making role-playing games about witches and possibly also sage punks, but also owns the digital game store GOG, which has profiled itself through its lack of DRM. Now they have revealed their plans for the future, and they consist of becoming a universal store where you can buy games from other digital stores as well.
First out is the Epic Games Store (EGS), and those who take part in the closed beta test of the latest version of GOG will already be able to buy some selected titles from EGS, including (time) exclusive games such as Dauntless and Phoenix Point. In addition, all games are included in GOG’s refund policy, which is valid for 30 days. However, you must still have an EGS account to be able to buy the titles.
We do not have a specific date for when the Epic Games Store games will be available to all GOG users, but if you want, you can sign up for the open beta test and hope that you will be invited to the closed one.