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Co-op News Punch Podcast - Episode 29

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We're back, we're early this time! As usual, it's a very casual and frank chat between two friends (myself - Liam) and GOL contributor / Linux livestreamer Samsai about many different Linux-related topics.

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Here's a few of the main bits of what we talked about this episode:


Quick-fire news reminders:

Wut we been Playing:

  • Samsai: Stellaris
  • Liam: Metro Exodus, rage quit Valheim, Voxel Tycoon, Valheim again
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QuoteLiam: Metro Exodus, rage quit Valheim, Voxel Tycoon, Valheim again
There's just no escaping it, is there?
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(still listening to it)
On Warzone getting Vulkan support, there's the whole compatibility thing, but also able to make it run on older hardware easier, even something like an RPi4 where even modest requirements on traditional desktops can be a little more weighty in comparison.

Also laptops. Vulkan helps mobile games go further on the same battery life, so I would imagine such things can apply to laptops. Maybe that's stretching it for this game, but it's still an idea.

And of course develop experience. That's really important.
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