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I'm gonna go with "no" since the time capsule is basically just repurposing Steam's ability to have beta branches.  To my knowledge GOG doesn't have that ability so it would require listing each version of TLD as a separate title.

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Gog has the same ability for a beta branch as Steam has so that shouldn't be any problem as far as I'm aware. GOG even lists the 5 most recent versions for every game by default (not the same thing I know).
It would be interesting for those who don't have access to the earlier builds.

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2 hours ago, Blinkin said:

Gog has the same ability for a beta branch as Steam has so that shouldn't be any problem as far as I'm aware.

Oh nice, I admittedly haven't bought anything from them in something like 5 years.

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I'm more the opposite of it. 80-90% of my games are bought on Steam, rest on physical copies or other platforms (steam is like 10 games I think hahaha).

But the thing that annoys me a bit about GOG, which isn't GOG's fault imo, is that most developers don't use the beta channel on the platform. Most of them offer it on Steam and ignore the beta channels on GOG. It's mostly small indie studio's using GOG's beta channel functionality.

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