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Dying Light Developer Launches Its Own Online Game Store


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Dying Light developer Techland has launched its own online storefront called Gemly.

In addition to selling a wide selection of games, Techland is using Gemly to distribute exclusive content for its own games. The first piece is a Harran Military Rifle for Dying Light, which is available to claim for free as either a Steam or GOG DLC code.

As part of Gemly’s launch, there are a couple of sweet deals you may want to take a look at on the site. To name a couple, Techland’s own Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition is 60% off, while The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition is 50% off.

Techland doesn’t seem to be trying to compete with platforms like Steam or GOG, as all the games we checked on Gemly simply give a key to redeem on one of those two services when purchased. Gemly’s ‘About us’ page also confirms that all of those keys are all from “legit sources,” saying they come “directly from our partnered game developers and publishers.”

Tom Marks is an Associate Editor focusing on PC gaming at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.




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