Two of the most important 2018 releases of THQ Nordic will be available without DRM su GOG to the dayone. It's an unusual move: at a time when DRMs are increasingly important to major publishers, pushing these games without any protection is a bold move. They are also single player games, which means they are particularly prone to piracy.

For the uninitiated, GOG is an online digital retailer that boasts of its anti-DRM position. Owned by the same company responsible for The Witcher, the store has generally sold older games (hence the name "Good Old Games") or indies. Traditionally it is rare for a large budget to appear on this store.