Steam has dominated the PC gaming space for much of the past two decades by giving gamers a single place to buy games, track stats and achievements, stream games over a home network, and more.

But in recent years the company has seen increased competition… and now two of those competitors have announced that their platforms work with one another. If you install the latest version of the GOG Galaxy game client on your PC, you can login to your Epic Games Store account to see all of your Epic and GOG games in one place.

Xbox Live integration is also support. Steam… is not.

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3 replies on “Lilbits: All your games in one place (OK, just some of them)”

  1. GOG GALAXY 2.0 advantageously gives all of you your games as one library and makes it simpler than at any other time to keep in contact with your companions across PC and support stages.

  2. There is Steam integration via a community addition. It’s all on GOG Galaxy GitHub.

    1. Yes, I was going to say, too, that GOG gives me the option of integrating games from UPlay and Steam as well. Although the Steam integration is quite wonky – most of the time, I need to login again every time I boot up. Never bothered enough to see if there’s anything I can do about it.

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