Wed 08 Jul 15 - 16:00
With the launch of a new operating system, there's always some uncertainty about whether games will work with it or not. Windows 10, the next OS from Microsoft, will go live at the end of this month, and GOG owner CD Projekt is making sure that games on itsdistribution platform work on Windows 10's launch day.
In a post on its, the company responded to user concerns about game compatibility with Windows 10, stating that it is working on making the transition as smooth as possible for GOG users. CD Projekt managed to get day one compatibility on Windows 7 and Windows 8 for GOG's entire library, and the company says that the same should be true for Windows 10.
CD Projekt did qualify its statement, reminding users that there are still many possibilities between now and the OS's release date, but the company has yet to come across any major problems while testing the entire GOG library on Windows 10.
To get the best experience on the new operating system, some games will need a patch on day one, and these patches will be available on GOG's website. If you are auser, the games will be automatically patched and ready to play.
GOG is well known for its efforts to make old games usable on modern hardware, which is most likely why the company has addressed uncertainty about compatibility here.
Windows 10 launches on July 29, and.