GOG Galaxy 2.0 is a Steam-like service from CD Projekt, and the company today announced on Twitter that the GOG Galaxy 2.0 gaming client is getting official Epic Games Store/EGS integration. The GOG Galaxy 2.0 client allows you to manage all of your games in one place, regardless of where they were purchased, allowing you to browse, launch, and manage libraries in a single location.
Using an official plug-in, you can now have your Epic Games library show up in GOG Galaxy. Previously, GOG’s GALAXY 2.0 launcher only featured the Epic Games Store as an open-source, community integration. But now that Epic Games Store support is official, we should expect a more seamless experience between both the platforms, which means users no longer need to rely on community-built add-ons.
Simply put, GOG Galaxy Epic Games Store integration connects the two platforms together and allows you to launch Epic Games Store games directly from the GOG Galaxy. Here’s how you do it:
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