GOG has fulfilled two million Community Wishlist requests

Digital distributor celebrates milestone, ten years after launching programme

GOG has fulfilled over two million Community Wishlist requests since first introducing the feature over a decade ago.

The Community Wishlist programme allows players to suggest, discuss, and vote on what games, features, or changes they'd like to see come to GOG.

Over the years, the wishlist has seen people vote to bring countless fan favourite games to the platform, restored to work on modern operating systems, and made DRM-free.

The Community Wishlist also features requests such as "Do not get bought by EA" and "Continue to be a DRM-free store , today, tomorrow, and forever."

In order to celebrate the milestone, GOG is holding a sale on over 250 classic classic games.

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