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GOG Exec Comments on the Removal of Hitman from the GOG Store

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The release of IO Interactive’s Hitman 2016 on the GOG Store has sparked a lot of controversy lately, all stemming from the inclusion of always-online DRM in the game. As a direct response to the outrage, GOG has now removed the game from the store and an executive has publicly apologized for the situation. 

GOG’s community manager posted on official forums that GOG is still investigating the situation and has removed the game for the time being, as it directly goes against the storefront’s DRM-free policies. Of course, it remains to be seen whether Hitman ever returns to the store in a DRM-free fashion – but fans should keep their hopes in check for now. 

“We’re still in dialogue with IO Interactive about this…



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