Online storefront Good Old Games may have rocketed to fame by offering a massive selection of classic titles, but that's all about to change. Starting today, the retailer is officially rebranding itself as plain old GOG, and they've now begun offering new releases alongside their stable of old school hits.
Among the first new titles to be added to the service are indie hits Trine, The Whispered World, and Legend of Grimrock, the last of which is currently available for pre-order. Upcoming additions to the fresher lineup include Darwinia, Spacechem, and Machinarium.
The company has also hinted that some "big new games" are headed to the service, some of which will be announced at a livestreamed press event on next Thursday. Given that GOG prides itself on offering completely DRM free downloads and universal pricing around the globe, it's hard to imagine major players like Ubisoft or EA getting on board for their new releases, but we'll have to wait and see.
The event, which will also feature a sneak peek at the upcoming Enchanced Edition of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, kicks off at 5 PM GMT on April 5. Details about the livestream availability will be announced shortly.