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GameFly To Offer Players Digital Downloads Of PC Games

by Matt Helgeson on Aug 09, 2011 at 07:44 AM

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The mail-order online game rental service GameFly announced today that it will be offering subscribers unlimited play of PC games through a new digital client.

"We're thrilled to bring digital to the gaming consumer in a meaningful way, as no other service or retailer brings physical and digital gaming together like GameFly," said Sean Spector, GameFly co-founder. "With a library of over 9,500 titles from over 300 first- and third-party publishers, GameFly members have the ultimate choice of how, what, when and where they game."

Over 1,500 Windows and Mac PC titles will be available. The new GameFly desktop client will also allow players to view trailers, videos, and screenshots of games as well as manage their queue of disc-based console games.

GameFly is accepting request for access to the closed beta of the new PC download service.  To register, go here.