GOG.com has started selling early access games

Hand-picked, refunds available

These days, if I’m getting an email about a new PC game, chances are high it’s something on Steam Early Access. Even Microsoft has embraced the sale of work-in-progress titles on Xbox One, and starting this week, you’ll find in-development games on another digital storefront: GOG.com.

The site is taking a slightly different approach, as you’ve probably come to expect by now. It’s going to choose its selection by hand, and games will come with a 14-day, no-questions-asked refund policy. As per usual with GOG.com, there won’t be any DRM.

The first titles are: Starbound, Ashes of the Singularity, Project Zomboid, TerraTech, and The Curious Expedition. They’re available now at a discounted rate.

“Offering a selection of the most promising titles, and those most highly requested on the Community Wishlist, is our way of avoiding bloat and ensuring that every game will be worth your time,” reads today’s announcement. “For those of you who prefer to wait for the final release, nothing will change.”

Introducing games in development [GOG.com]

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