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ATOM RPG Trudograd is now available for Linux in Early Access

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ATOM RPG Trudograd, the standalone followup to the very well received ATOM RPG is now available for Linux.

Following in the footsteps of Fallout and Wasteland, the previous game was often compared to being a Russian version of Fallout and in some ways that was very much true. Nice to see Linux support continue in their future games after the first game was crowdfunded. With ATOM RPG Trudograd available in Early Access since early May, it arrived on Linux across the weekend on June 13.

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Feature Highlight:

  • A large city with its own lore and dozens of varying locations to fight, trade, talk and explore in;
  • A hardcore turn-based experience with huge amounts of character development paths, combat styles, skills, perks and distinctions;
  • Unique characters each with their own personality and a robust branching dialogue;
  • Multiple-solution quests, which actively change the city around you;
  • Ability to transfer your hero from our previous game (ATOM RPG);
  • An easy game to pick up. While Trudograd is a continuation of the first game’s plot, it is also friendly towards new players, and will quickly fill you in on the lore and major developments you might have missed;
  • A result of a two year long community effort, made by players for players. This game encompasses a lot of changes from our previous title, that were inspired by user feedback.

After picking up a personal copy on Steam, it seems to work just as well as the first game. Obvious rough edges since it's both Early Access and brand new on Linux.

Pictured: ATOM RPG Trudograd on Linux.

For Early Access, they estimated they would remain there for about six months. We know how these things usually go though, scope changes and lots more could be added in so prepare for it to be longer if you do decide to pick up a copy. Nice to see more of these RPGs though, especially on Linux. Trudograd has already found an audience too with a "Very Positive" user rating on Steam currently.

You can pick it up from Steam, and GOG should get the Linux build sorted soon.

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Liam Dawe Jun 15, 2020
Quoting: PatolaBought it when it launched. It worked through proton but had to have some workarounds. Now I installed from the Linux depot and it says "missing executable"...
Force the Steam Linux Runtime in the Steam Play settings. It's the container that then forces a Linux version download. Handy workaround when Linux builds get released to reset things.
ziabice Jun 15, 2020
Damn, I still haven't played Atom RPG (waiting for the incoming italian translation)... maybe later!
razing32 Jun 17, 2020
The first one was great.
Hope some story threads continue.
TheRiddick Jun 22, 2020
I wish they ask the community for voice over recordings, I feel that would make this game much easier to get into. (I don't mind reading but its immersive breaking)
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