Our Linux & SteamOS gamer survey for February is now up.
It's nice to have some good news. I told you all recently that it looked like Master of Orion was coming to SteamOS & Linux, and now it has been confirmed by Wargaming themselves.
I was really hoping to give Torment: Tides of Numenera a go, but it seems I won't be able to since they have launched without Linux support right now. They aren't sure if it will get a Linux version during Early Access or after the final release.
Well, I'm glad I didn't buy it on a promise. Rocket League developers have confirmed it's going to be another 6 to 8 weeks before the SteamOS & Linux version is ready.
Talos Principle & Serious Sam 3 getting Vulkan updates, Serious Sam 4 will be on a much improved engine
Both The Talos Principle and Serious Sam 3 should be getting updates with the Vulkan API, and Serious Sam 4 will also use it.
A shame when games get delayed, especially games like Mighty No. 9 that a lot of people are hoping turns out good. I would rather they delayed it, and delayed it some more until it's a polished experience.
I love strategy games, so I just had to give the totally weird looking Death by Game Show a go. My PR people sent over a key so I could check it out.
Feral Interactive will be teasing the Linux port of XCOM 2 this Thursday at 6PM GMT, so we can see how it's doing.
Escape from Tarkov is an interesting looking Russian-made action MMO that is apparently going to come to Linux too.
This is lovely news, Atari Vault a new official collection of 100 classic games is heading to SteamOS & Linux
Fans of challenging platformers with the trendy roguelite appellation might be interested to know that there's something new that they can sink their teeth into. Vagante promises countless hours of procedurally generated fun alone or with friends.
Another month, and another survey done. The latest results are in and the findings are within normal expectations. This leads me to a question I want to ask everyone.
I have yet to give Bound By Flame a real good go, but it's really good to see this Action/RPG game get some support with a new patch in beta.
A first-person puzzle game by the name of Attractio, developed by GameCoder Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, has been released for Linux on Steam.
Another updated version of an old roguelike was released for Linux earlier this month. Players can expect to fight monsters, explore and have all the traditional trappings of dungeon crawlers.
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