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Desperados III sees a second DLC episode of Money for the Vultures

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Desperados III: Money for the Vultures - Part 2: Five Steps Ahead is out now, further expanding the already fantastic game with more content.

It's the second of three parts that tell the story of a new adventure called "Money for the Vultures", which takes place after the events of Desperados III. So you should have finished the main campaign to enjoy this DLC set, which forms part of the Season Pass or you can buy individually.

With Five Steps Ahead the gang returns to Louisiana to challenge a new member of the DeVitt family. You get to explore a brand new location in the Bayou State, reunite with Isabelle for more Voodoo awesomeness and encounter cunning enemies worthy of your talents.

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If you missed it, official Linux support for Desperados III released back in early September. Our own thoughts on it are still to come later this month after we've played more.

You can buy it now on Humble Store and Steam. Also on GOG but they have no current plan to put the Linux build there. Additionally, the developer is also selling a special "Love Package" on their official site which has things like the game, a Poster, drinks Coasters and more.

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great!! Once I finish the main campaign I will surely buy it I couldn't simply get enough of shadow tactics, nice move.
Shmerl 7 Oct
Too bad developers simply decided to ignore GOG Linux users. This also seems to be the case with Blasphemous and Talos Principle which is becoming a very irritating trend.


Last edited by Shmerl on 7 October 2020 at 5:44 pm UTC
flesk 7 Oct
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I finished the last of the bonus missions earlier this week, so this is perfect timing. It's a great game, and having put 50+ hours into it, I really feel like I got my money's worth for buying the season pass.
vv221 8 Oct
I am still waiting for a DRM-free Linux version…
Shmerl 8 Oct
Quoting: vv221I am still waiting for a DRM-free Linux version…

I don't think it's coming. This has become a bad trend recently (see above). At least 3 games came out on GOG not long ago, all missing Linux versions that are available on Steam.
It looks great! I will probably wait a few years until the price goes down. Plus I haven't even finished the first one yet. From the looks of the reviews I will probably skip 2.
chrisq 8 Oct
Quoting: ShmerlToo bad developers simply decided to ignore GOG Linux users. This also seems to be the case with Blasphemous and Talos Principle which is becoming a very irritating trend.

To be fair, GOG ignores Linux users, so it's a good match.
Shmerl 8 Oct
Quoting: chrisqTo be fair, GOG ignores Linux users, so it's a good match.

Sounds like what Windows users say when developers make it for Windows only. No, it isn't good. And coming from Linux users is doubly inappropriate.


Last edited by Shmerl on 8 October 2020 at 12:57 pm UTC
vv221 8 Oct
Quoting: ShmerlI don't think [the Linux version is] coming. This has become a bad trend recently (see above). At least 3 games came out on GOG not long ago, all missing Linux versions that are available on Steam.
I do not see that as a recent change. GOG never really cared for Linux users, even the initial support was poor. And since then, it’s only gone worse. I actually doubt they still have anyone dedicated to Linux support in-house.

Today, I could not name a single games store that provide a real good service for Linux players who do not want to mess with DRM.
chrisq 8 Oct
Quoting: Shmerl
Quoting: chrisqTo be fair, GOG ignores Linux users, so it's a good match.

Sounds like what Windows users say when developers make it for Windows only. No, it isn't good. And coming from Linux users is doubly inappropriate.

I don't see how it's "inappropriate" to point out that gog's been so bad for so long that you can't expect anything.

I have hundreds of games on GOG and I have been waiting for YEARS for galaxy for Linux as promised. Now I login so seldom that I'm triggering email verification every time. They also dropped the announced witcher 3 for Linux, and cp2077 isn't coming, why would I give them any slack?
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