Good Old Games, a digital distribution service from CD Projekt, will be opening its virtual doors to beta testers in just four days. Sign-ups close on the 7th.
GOG will play host to swarms of PC cult classics at either $5.99 or $9.99. When the beta launches 30 titles will be available - and all games at GOG will be DRM-free.
"For less than the cost of a lunch at some lousy diner you can own some of the greatest games of all time," reads the site.
"You won't find any intrusive copy protection in our games; we hate draconian DRM schemes just as much as you do, so at GOG.com you don't just buy the game, you actually own it."
"Once you download a game, you can install it on any PC and even re-download it whenever you want, as many times as you need, and you can play it without an internet connection."
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"It's a beta that works just like the final site will," noted managing director Adam Oldakowski. "All users will be able to join the community, add comments, write reviews and download additional materials for the games they bought."