Another step in the right direction. GOG need to stop being the (too) nice and shy guy.
Adding games with DRM would be the next probable move. Reasoning: We came up with DRM-free at the time of SecuROM, Starforce etc., times have changed, DRM nowadays is less intrusive, we will carefully select and add games with "light" DRM only... blahblahblah... DRM is here now.
Another thing they should have done ages ago is to make their old releases where they have actively put in work to make them run on modern systems exclusive to GOG. At least timed exclusives.
It's pretty shitty for GOG that they did the work (sometimes not just coding but also legal research etc.) and the publisher went 'thanks' and put up their fixed, old games on Steam, uPlay etc.
GOG probably should have insisted a little harder on having the games exclusive for a certain period of time.
It's a doubled edged sword though because publishers might just deny GOG from tampering with/releasing old games if they start making demands.
Finally, they need to advertise the fact harder that they have the "best" versions of some games. Lazy EA is the publisher of Crysis and they don't even have the 64-bit version on Origin. Steam doesn't either.
The only (digital) place that has 64-bit Crysis is GOG. There are workarounds for non-GOG versions but only GOG has 64-bit Crysis out of the box. They need to up their marketing game by making people aware of stuff like that.
Oh well, most of GOG's financial woes will be a thing of the past once Cyberpunk is released. That will give them a few years of rest thanks to DLCs, bundles etc.
GOG's current activity seems to be a good indicator btw that Cyberpunk is nowhere close to release and that it definitely won't be coming out this year.
That's not too surprising though since it's been so quiet around CP. If CP were close then we'd have it coming out our ears already. CDP are the gatling guns of marketing.
I mean, we will know for sure when CP is coming. You'd have to deliberately stay off the internet for weeks to miss it.