GOG Galaxy 1.1 update adds 'rollback' patch restoration

The GOG Galaxy client has received its first major update, healined by the feature that will allow users to restore games to previous versions.

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GOG.com is continuing to roll out features for its PC client, GOG Galaxy, which is currently in beta. Today sees the release of the 1.1 update, which adds some notable improvements, with a "rollback" feature primary among them.

GOG Galaxy users can now click on a selected game and roll it back to its previous version. This is meant to alleviate any issues caused by broken patches or deal with any potential mod issues. The 1.1 update will also add additional friend system tools, download pausing, new installation options, and an improved user interface.

The GOG Galaxy 1.1 update is available now to those enrolled for preview updates and will hit the general userbase soon.

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