Throughout the last weeks, the CD Projekt group has not stopped sending invitations to participate in the beta of GOG Galaxy 2.0, to platform that unifies our games and friends from anywhere. Now that they have managed to amass a respectable number of users, their managers are grateful for the support and comments and detailed their first update.
The patch in question presents small improvements in the user interface, such as the detection of when a game that we have reserved is available in real time, or the possibility of hiding games from our library. It also adds to tutorial for the recommendations of friends or an option to time our game in titles not compatible with that possibility, among other things.
Of course, the GOG Galaxy 2.0 update also corrects a number of errors of the previous version. We recommend you read it directly on the blog of the platform, which also shows the currently known errors. In the absence of knowing when it will be available to everyone, the idea that work has already begun on improvements will be liked by many fans.
The first #GOGALAXY 2.0 update is here! With performance improvements come fixes and updates like: hiding games, better friends recommendations and listing them while they play on other platforms (details: https://t.co/Ps4u7K0N5N). Hope this will make using the app even better!
— GOG.COM (@GOGcom) July 12, 2019