Longstanding iconic Japanese writer Sega has lastly partnered with standard digital distribution platform GOG.
A publish on the information portion of the GOG web site reads: “Sega, one of the leading interactive entertainment companies in the world, is the latest big addition to our lineup of partners offering their games in the DRM-free format. Today’s announcement comes with the release of Alien: Isolation, the 2014 survival horror that follows the events of Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda, who is on a survival mission to unravel the truth behind her mother’s disappearance.”
This comes on the heels of a cryptic publish from Sega’s Twitter account, which tagged GOG alongside an alien emoji. Two Point Hospital and Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine are additionally coming to the platform, with there being “more titles to be announced in the coming weeks.”
GOG was based in 2008 by CD Projekt Red (The Witcher, Cyberpunk 2077). It presently stands as one of the vital standard platforms for buying video games, with its DRM (Digital Rights Management) free coverage being a big contributing issue to its success. The platform presently boasts over 600 companions, together with the likes of EA, 2K Games, Capcom, and extra.
Alien: Isolation was initially launched in 2014 and obtained optimistic opinions. Perhaps its most notable side was the Xenomorph’s adaptive AI, which made the pursuer enemy an unpredictable risk throughout the sections of the sport the place it was current. The sport was additionally praised for its achievement in precisely portraying the aesthetics and tone of the basic Alien motion pictures and is usually thought of to be among the best sport adaptions of the movie franchise up to now.
In different information, EA has launched a press release supporting LGBTQ+ group following inside criticism. “As a company, we are united that Trans Rights are Human Rights. Women’s Rights are Human Rights. Our support is unwavering for our people, our players, and our LGBTQ+ communities.”