Which also means they are all DRM free.
Warhammer may be getting a lot of love in the coming year – there is the rumored Dawn of War III, the announced Total War: Warhammer, as well as yesterday’s curious Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor Martyr announcement – but that doesn’t mean one can’t look fondly at the franchise’s past, and its rich history of great games.
And if you wanted to do just that, you’re in luck, because CD Projekt RED has added classic Warhammer games, to the GoG service, marking the first time that these games will be sold digitally. And since they are being sold via GoG, there will be no DRM on any of them whatsoever.
The list of games being added is:
“These games have been next to impossible to find anywhere for years,” GoG business development executive Oleg Klapovsky said. “Reviving them meant that we had to dig a lot deeper, but we’re excited to have acquired the rights to re-release some of the most important entries in the Warhammer legacy.”
GoG also assured players that the game had been rigorously tested, and should run without any hitches on modern systems. That, plus the lack of DRM, plus the free soundtrack that you will get with each game, should certainly add to their overall appeal