DRM-free online gaming distributor, GOG.com, is dangling a FREE downloadable copy of the PC mega-hit, Alien Vs. Predator Classic 2000 to early beta test users! Much like the wildly popular Steam client, GOG will be launching its own gaming client called Galaxy which GOG officials say will allow cross-platform gamers the opportunity to play together as well as introducing other gaming-client staples such as chat, auto-updates/patches, achievements, and other features previously unavailable to GOG users.
If you’d like to help GOG by becoming a Galaxy “beta-tester”, or would just like a free copy of AVP Classic 2000, simply head over to their site and sign-up via email. Your free gaming key and instructions on what to do next will be sent to you within a few days.
For those of you worried that GOG’s fabled DRM-free model is in danger, fret not. Not only is Galaxy optional to GOG users, it won’t employ any DRM features even in the new client, according to official sources. One of the main draws to using GOG is that by purchasing games through their service, you not only own it- you can download the files to your hard drive, able to install and play the game anywhere/anytime without insane registration processes and any sort of required internet connection.