Compulsion Games just announced in their Kickstarter campaign that they'll be releasing We Happy Few for Linux.
They are open about Linux not being until at least the full release as well:
QuoteWill we get Mac or Linux versions in the pre-alpha?
No. As you guys know, we’re not a huge team, and we really want to focus on making this game the best it can be. We are planning to deliver the Mac and Linux versions on or shortly after full release of the game. We will not be creating Mac or Linux pre-alpha versions - the pre-alpha through Steam will be Windows only. If we go into Early Access at some point, we won’t be creating them then either.
We Happy Few is a dystopian survival game inspired by 1984, A Clockwork Orange, Brazil and other classics of the genre. The story takes place in the English town of Wellington Wells in alternative history, the year is 1964. Town population escaped the horrors of the WWII by creating an escapist society dependent on "Joy" - a drug which makes everyone "happy". The player will take the role of several protagonists which attempt to escape the dystopian city while trying to blend into the "happy" crowd in order to avoid being singled out as a "downer" (which can result in dare consequences).
Until just a few days ago details of the Linux version weren't finalized, but now it's officially part of the base crowdfunding goal (which is already reached). So you can go ahead and back this original project which will be released DRM-free and on Steam.
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