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Along with the announcement that 3D Realms has teamed with 1C Entertainment for a console release of Ion Maiden, a new release window has been given along with fresh screenshots and a teaser for another new FPS game.

The retro first-person shooter developed by Voidpoint using the Build engine, which powered Duke Nukem 3D, Blood, and Shadow Warrior will simultaneously release on all platforms in Q2 2019. Once we get a clearer idea of when this will be, we will update you on that of course.

Additionally, here's some new screenshots they've shared (click to enlarge):

On top of that, they also said this in the PR email to us:

Both companies will also collaborate on a new unannounced FPS based on the original Quake engine coming to all the same platforms as Ion Maiden.

I've reached out to see if that does mean Linux to for the next title, you would think so from the wording but you can never be too careful. Since Ion Maiden from Voidpoint has Linux support, hopefully 3D Realms went with a developer who can do Linux support again as I understand this new title is not being developed by Voidpoint.

If you're interested in trying out the impressive preview campaign that's currently live for Ion Maiden, it's available on GOG and Steam.

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Faalhaas 15 Aug, 2019
Seems the devs held up their end of the bargain. I can compile the newest eDuke32 on Linux, and use that to run the full version of Ion Fury!

Thx devs!


Last edited by Faalhaas on 15 August 2019 at 6:34 pm UTC
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