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Project Cars 2 Announced With Linux Support

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Even though Project Cars hasn't been released on Linux, that hasn't stopped the developers claiming the second one will too. Oh and yeah Project Cars 2 is a thing now.

It's good to see Linux/SteamOS being confirmed so early on, but we are more interested to actually see the first game come out as promised.

It's clearly stated here:
QuoteProject CARS 2 will be released for the PC, Sony’s Playstation 4, Microsoft’s Xbox One and Steam OS.

With an existing schedule of ON DEMAND content already underway to continue providing Project CARS with fresh new features, updates, and great things to play with throughout the year, Slightly Mad Studios now turns its attention to the future with the announcement of the continuation of the franchise with Project CARS 2. And once again, the sequel will be created, tested, and ultimately approved by you – the gamers - through the WMD Portal crowd-funding platform.

Not a whole lot I can really say about it, since I haven't been able to play the first one due to it not supporting Linux yet. I will have a lot more to say when it has been released, and I imagine it will happen after Steam Machines are released. So I don't know if I should be excited or not about Project Cars 2.

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PublicNuisance 24 Jun, 2015
Hopefully the SteamOS version will work on other Linux distros as well.
Nyamiou 24 Jun, 2015
Quoting: PublicNuisanceHopefully the SteamOS version will work on other Linux distros as well.
If they follow Valve instructions and use the Steam Runtime, it should run on most distros. And since Steam OS is based on Debian, it should at least run without issues on Debian and Ubuntu.
LinuxGamesTV 27 Aug, 2015
I don't trust Slightly Mad Studios any more. This are the next Dev's in the Linux lie.
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