CD Projekt has finally pulled the curtain: Electronic Arts has been signed to its classic PC games digital shop Good Old Games.
Available now are the stellar Wing Commander: Privateer, Dungeon Keeper, and the two Ultima Underworld games. Each of the titles as always are DRM-free, updated for modern operating systems, include extras, and are cheap as can be: $5.99.
The company noted at its summer conference more than 20 EA titles are part of the deal; Crusader: No Remorse, Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri and Magic Carpet will come later this month.
Those wondering about System Shock and Syndicate: the rights there are complicated, but as they did with Baldur's Gate and other Infinity Engine titles, they'll be working to clear them up, and with any luck will have them before long.