That’s right! EU law states that consumers have 14 days to withdraw from a purchase for any reason, or no reason at all.
That used to be GOG’s policy as well, but they recently took the opportunity to widen the window to 30 days, as long as the game in question hasn’t started to download.
Furthermore, if a downloaded game won’t run and the support team is unable to fix the problem, the 30-day policy applies as well—and the refund timer stops when a user first contacts GOG about the problem.
Do you think others will follow? What about Steam? Come on Valve, you can do this!