When GOG Galaxy 2.0 launched as a closed beta last year, its goal was to show all of your digital games in one place. There have been lots of community integrations that allow you to bring in games from platforms other than GOG, but until now Xbox Live was the only official integration.
Today, GOG announced an official Epic Games Store integration for GOG Galaxy 2.0.
“We’re excited that Epic Games Store integration has come to GOG Galaxy 2.0,” said Steve Allison, Epic Games Store general manager. “It’s an important step towards breaking down walls between PC stores, as it enables a unified experience for players to manage their PC games library independent of where their games were purchased.”
Thanks to this integration, users can see all of their subscriptions in one place and browse, launch, or install titles. You’ll also be able to see your play history, leaderboards, and the overview of each game.
GOG is still busy adding features, like the ability to see the online status of your friends across different gaming platforms, and we can expect more new features and integrations as Galaxy 2.0 continues to evolve.