- Oct 27, 2017
I can get to the point where "having multiple libraries" is a hassle. I see GOG as a possible competitor, since it offers something else to the players, DRM Free games. But none of this stores/launchers provides absolutely nothing to the player (Just Ubisoft with the achivements/reward system I would say)So I totally get why most people want to stick with Steam currently but why are some of you so adamantly against even the prospect of a Steam competitor? I'm not implying there's one out now that's worth using for most PC games, but is it so improbable to think that a company will eventually rise to the challenge in offering something different and compelling as a substitute? Maybe it won't match Steam in every single feature they offer, which took them years to implement themselves, but may offer better pricing or other incentives when buying games there, for example.