It’s been a while since the GOG.com team announced an upcoming delisting but it looks like the streak is over. Crashlands, the self-professed “story-driven, crafting ARPG in an outlandish world of hidden magic and high technology“, from the equally outlandishly named Butterscotch Shenanigans, will be leaving GOG.com on Friday, September 18th at 1pm UTC. As usual, anyone who has purchased the game by that date will be able to re-download it.
The reason for the delisting is uncertain but Crashlands is the only title from the team on GOG.com so it may be a combination of low sales versus the work and fees required to keep it on the shop. Meanwhile, both Crashlands and Shenanigans’ other title, Levelhead, remain available on Steam, the Epic Games Store, Nintendo Switch, and mobile platforms. But if you’re after a DRM-free copy you’ve only got a few days left to grab it.
I’ve added the date to the Watch List calendar and will have a page up on the site soon.