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GOG.com offer no-questions-asked refunds

The video-game distribution service GOG.com, known for its DRM-free publishing, is now offering a 14-day refund policy with no questions asked on in-development titles.

“Only the games we can truly stand behind” will be published on gog.com, so says the announcement post on the website. Similar to the much more common Steam, who redesigned their own return policy just last year, where anyone could return a game within 14 days provided you had played less than two hours.

At launch of the new policy there are five in-development games available on GOG.com, including: Starbound, Ashes of the Singularity, Project Zomboid, TerraTech and The Curious Expedition. These games are available with now on GOG.com with introductory discounts, and all can be returned within 14 days with no questions or forms being filled out.

As the post says: “If you’re having technical issues, if you don’t think the game is sufficiently fleshed out, or if it simply doesn’t click with you – all games in development can be returned for any reason within 14 days of purchase.”

For more information about in-development games on GOG.com, you can find the FAQ page here.

Formerly Good Old Games, GOG.com is a Polish distribution service and publisher was founded in 2008 as a subsidiary owned under CD Projekt, known for the critically acclaimed The Witcher series.