GOG says "we will not tolerate review bombing" after Hitman release sparks online DRM backlash

Hitman – Game of The Year Edition launched on GOG.com this week – and immediately sparked a row about DRM.

GOG is a storefront whose brand is built upon selling games “DRM free” – that is, they can be played offline.

Hitman’s GOG page, like that of so many games on the platform, highlights that it is DRM free. “No activation or online connection required to play,” reads the prominent message.

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