You can easily connect your Xbox Live account to GOG GALAXY from the app integration setting. When connected, you can access your PlayStation Network library, achievements, and game time. You will also be able to check your friends list and recommendations using the app.
GOG GALAXY 2.0 is the gaming client created by GOG that allows GOG games to be easily managed. It also has the ability to manage games and connect to your friends from other platforms. This makes it quite useful as you only need one application to access your games coming from different sources.
Connecting Xbox Live to GOG GALAXY 2
One of the best features of the GOG GALAXY 2 application is that it makes it easy for you to keep track of your games from different platforms. You can import games from other sources and organize them into one collection. You can check the online status of your friends on other platforms that you have connected, such as the Xbox Live, and even chat with them. Here’s how to do it.
Time needed: 3 minutes.
Connecting Xbox Live account to GOG GALAXY 2.0 app
- Open GOG GALAXY.
You can do this by clicking on it from the start menu list of applications.
- Click on Settings.
This can be found at the upper left part of the GOG GALAXY window.
- Click Settings.
This will open a new window where you can manage the various app settings.
- Click Integrations.
This is located on the left pane.
- Click the connect button of Xbox Live.
This can be found on the right pane under the Community integrations section.
- Click the Connect button.
This will connect your Xbox Live account.
- Enter your Xbox Live username and password.
This will allow the app to access your Xbox Live account.
Once you have connected your Xbox Live account the GOG GALAXY app will start importing your gaming titles. You will then be able to view your game progress data as well as manage the game to a certain degree and even connect with your friends.
After performing the steps listed above you will successfully connect your Xbox Live account to GOG GALAXY 2.0.
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