Two representatives dressed as monks and referring to GOG as a "brother monk" outlined that the website will relaunch with a new look, replacing "98% of the site's original code."
The website will continue to operate in many ways as it has in the past: Games will still be DRM-free, titles will continue to be sold separately, and GOG will not run off a separate client.
During the conference, disguised as a sermon, the "monks" discussed their disappointment that many people believed the website was shut down. With a line in the original announcement like, "We're closing down the service and putting this era behind us as new challenges await," it's unclear how anyone got that idea.
The pair of "monks" ended the conference by confirming all existing titles will remain and the service will add Baldur's Gate: The Original Saga (including the expansion Tales of the Sword Coast) for $9.99, when the service relaunches tomorrow at 8a.m. EST.
Other hot new features include community-made "GoGMixes" allowing players to create a listing of themed titles to share with GoG users, better searching, forums, a recommendation engine, and a "like" button! So, worth the confusion, fellas!