All your games and friends in one place.
Import all your games from PC and consoles, build and organize them into one master collection.
Keep track of all your achievements, hours played and games owned, combined across platforms.
Install and launch any PC game you own, no matter the platform.
Create custom library views by filtering, sorting, tagging and adding your own visuals like game backgrounds and covers.
Follow upcoming releases, and discover games popular among your friends and the gaming community.
See your friends’ cross-platform achievements, game time milestones and recently played games.
Compete with friends and see who is the master collector, completionist or spends the most time playing.
No matter on which platform your friends are, you can chat with them.
Bring together your friends from all platforms, and see their online status.
We’re not spying on data from your computer.
We’ll never share your personal data with third parties.
With a single click, you can remove your imported data from our servers.
Connect more platforms and add new features with open-source integrations.
All customizations and changes to your library are saved in the cloud and synced between all your devices.
Save any view like a customized library or favorite games and friends to access them instantly.
All new library management and friends features take your experience to the next level.
Keep your GOG.COM games always up to date.
Your saves are automatically backed up to the Cloud and are synced between your computers.
GOG GALAXY-powered multiplayer games offer matchmaking and online play.
Restore your game to prior versions, if an update breaks it for you.
All your games and friends in one place.
GOG GALAXY 2.0 is an application, thanks to which you’ll be able to combine multiple libraries into one and connect with your friends across all gaming platforms, consoles included. If your games and gaming buddies are scattered between different launchers and platforms, this is a solution for you! Keeping track of all achievements earned by you and your friends, hours played, and games owned across platforms has never been this easy. And the application is entirely free, all you need is a GOG account to use it.
In GOG GALAXY 2.0 you’re adding games through official and community created integrations. By connecting platforms, the data about the games you own is automatically imported to the application. On top of that you will also be able to manually add single games that are not connected to any platform.
Yes, GOG GALAXY 2.0 will show all your games from connected PC and console platforms… even if they are not currently installed.
Yes, if you want to get access to any features specific to that platform, e.g. installing or auto-updating games, cloud saves, etc.
Yes, our goal is to provide you with the most options possible to customize your games library. In GOG GALAXY 2.0, you’ll be able to create your own views based on different filters available in the app, tags that you’ll create on your own, and search queries you’ll come up with. Mix and match all of those options to create countless library views. Once you do, save them for quick access and automatic synchronization. On top of that, you can also manually edit the metadata of every game in your master games collection.
Like with games, in GOG GALAXY 2.0 adding friends begins with connecting platforms. By doing so, you can find other GOG GALAXY users who are your friends on the platforms or social networks you have connected.
Additionally, you’ll be able to see non-GOG GALAXY users from friends lists of connected platforms – with an option to check their online status and chat with them cross-platform.
You’ll see all your games from connected platforms together with your progress in each title – achievements you’ve earned and your game time. Also, for your GOG GALAXY friends, you’ll be able to see their online status and what games they are playing, with their achievements and time spent in each title.
No. We’re not in the business of users’ data. GOG GALAXY 2.0 is only importing information from connected platforms – you always know what is imported through official integrations. Additionally we’ve made the community created integrations open-source, to ensure the transparency of imported data.
We don’t share any data with third parties.
Once you have disconnected a platform from GOG GALAXY 2.0, we will remove all your imported data from our servers.
We want to offer integrations with all possible gaming platforms. This is a challenging and time-consuming process, not only because these are technically complex projects, but they also require negotiations and agreements with partners. We want all our official integrations to be supported by respective platform holders, so we make sure they’re in-line with partners’ policies and that they’re safe.
While we’re hard at work on adding more official integrations, we’ve decided to give you – the community – an opportunity to work on your own open source platform integrations. We’re currently polishing the documentation that will be shared with you to help you build your own platform integrations for GOG GALAXY 2.0.
The whole client has been rebuilt from the ground up to be better and faster. All features for third party platforms work for GOG.COM. With the new games library, you’ll be able to filter, sort and add tags to customize your views and save them for easy access. Thanks to the new friends section, you’ll have a chance to track your friends progress in every GOG.COM game, as well as see what they are currently playing. On top of that, GOG GALAXY 2.0 will remain your optional client for GOG.COM games – features like auto-updates, cloud saves, cross-play, rollbacks and more stay the same as the GOG GALAXY you’re currently using. Once we finish all beta phases and release officially, the current version of GOG GALAXY client will be updated to the GOG GALAXY 2.0 application.
We will announce the launch of the closed beta via all our channels soon. To be sure you won’t miss the announcement, sign up for it right now. Once we launch the closed beta, we’ll start sending invitations on a first come first serve basis. To participate in the closed beta you need to sign up with your email address and have a GOG account – you can log in using your existing account or create a new one. The GOG account is entirely free.
After you signed up, you should’ve received a confirmation email. Once we launch the closed beta, we’ll start sending invitations on a first come first served basis, so don’t worry if you hear some of your friends are already in, but you’re not.
Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you!
Once it launches, we'll start sending invitations on a first come first served basis.
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