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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Claptastic Voyage Trailer

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Claptastic Voyage looks and sounds like it will be a pretty great DLC! It will release for Linux at the same time as Windows thanks to Aspyr Media, and it now has a trailer.

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It will release on the 24th of March, so will you be getting it? If you are, be sure to grab it from Aspyr Media's own store GameAgent when it does come out, and support them directly for their Linux porting effort! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Sabun 11 Mar, 2015
If Aspyr reads this, please enable PhysX in your port! Missing the awesome effects and insane particle spawning makes me feel like I'm missing out on the full Borderlands experience.

That said, thank you for the awesome port!
Polochamps 11 Mar, 2015
I'm getting occasional dips, stutters and lockups in Borderlands 2. I tried it on Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 15.04 and elementary OS Freya still the same result. The Nvidia optimization made it much smoother but the dips and stutters are still there and even with the lowest of settings.

Windows doesn't have these issues but fps drops when there is a lot going on.

I don't know if it's the port , the driver or just something that is not working right yet on Linux.
I hope it'll improve by just patches or drivers.

My system is:

Intel 4670K (stock)
Asus Maximus VI Impact
Asus GTX 660Ti (factory OC)
2x4GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer.
Seasonic G550

What about you guys? Do you had/have a flawless experience?

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