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David Szymanski and New Blood have updated DUSK to include some helpful UI updates, along with 40% off and there's plenty more to come for this brutal retro FPS.

For the main menu UI you can now delete saved games (hooray!), and there's a Continue button now to jump right back in a little easier for your current run. There's also a Max Loadout button for when you just want to bring on all the toys a little easier without lots of clicking.

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Much more exciting stuff is coming though, as they're bringing over some fancy upgrades done for consoles including a completely redone world map and loadout menu to be "easier to read and navigate with a controller, keyboard, mouse and eyes.". We're also getting the weapon wheel, the classic HUD option and finally Steam Workshop support is getting close. You will be able to easily add in new "enemies, weapons and literally everything else". They mentioned how they've "basically rebuilt the entire game to be 100% moddable at this point".

Find DUSK on Humble Store, GOG.com and Steam. Both GOG and Steam have it on a 40% discount right now!

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: FPS, GOG, Horror, Humble Store, Retro, Steam | Apps: DUSK
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Arcadius-8606 5 May, 2021
If the map editor can be available for GOG users that would be excellent.
Valeth 5 May, 2021
The GOG version seems to have an issue where the download just stops after a short while.
Can anyone confirm that, or is that just on my end?
Arcadius-8606 5 May, 2021
Quoting: ValethThe GOG version seems to have an issue where the download just stops after a short while.
Can anyone confirm that, or is that just on my end?

I've been able to download it without issue. Just checked 17 mins ago.
drlamb 5 May, 2021
The only "difference" I've found with Dusk's Windows and Linux version (before this update) is the multiplayer consistency. Often times on Linux I'd be stuck at "connecting" to the new match causing me to have to quit/reconnect, now to an in-progress match.

On windows you're automatically connected to the next match as expected.
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