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World of Goo 2 was quite a surprise reveal late last year and now it actually has a released date, although it won't be on Steam. 

The developers today announced it will be on the Nintendo Switch, Epic Store and a DRM-free version direct from their own website on May 23rd. Their website will be the only place to get the Linux version. Presumably, like most Epic exclusive deals, it will eventually arrive on Steam.

You can see the original trailer below:

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Will you be picking it up?

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Pengling Mar 4
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Quoting: pleasereadthemanualLate, but I'm uh, quite a bit younger than that. Which is why I find it interesting to ask users like Purple Library Guy about history, because I wasn't there for most of it.
I honestly never would have guessed.

Quoting: EikeGlad to hear that, I got the impression that Linux desktop is nearly exclusive to us old far...
Hahahahaha!
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Quoting: pleasereadthemanualLate, but I'm uh, quite a bit younger than that. Which is why I find it interesting to ask users like Purple Library Guy about history, because I wasn't there for most of it.

Glad to hear that, I got the impression that Linux desktop is nearly exclusive to us old far...
Well, all the stats show Linux use growing, so you'd figure someone young must be using it.
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