Logic World from Mouse Hat Games (previously called The Ultimate Nerd Game) is delayed, originally due this Summer they've decided to push it back until October.
Abbey Games announced today that Godhood, their crowdfunded single-player god sim is now going to enter Early Access in July.
Yacht Club Games originally announced the final two expansions would be released in April but they've decided to delay them.
While the Linux version of Eastshade sadly didn't arrive at release, the developer has confirmed it's still coming.
While we know that Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is coming to Linux thanks to a port from Feral Interactive, it's not clear when and now it's been delayed.
Kalypso Media sent word today that El Presidente has been delayed, so now Tropico 6 is going to be releasing in March.
Re-Legion should be an interesting RTS, with a cyberpunk influence you will start your own cult and begin amassing followers. It has a release delay along with a new trailer.
If you fancy trying to pilot a ship in between hundreds of tiny little asteroids now is your chance, Rings of Saturn might be delayed until next year but the demo seems to work well.
Aspyr Media are getting a little help from Intel for the long-delayed Linux patch to Civilization VI
The patch to bring cross-platform online play for Linux players of Civilization VI has been long delayed, with Aspyr Media now getting a little help from Intel.
KURSK seems like it's going to be quite a compelling action-adventure game which follows the story of the Russian Kursk submarine disaster back in 2000.
Writing a rather short email to us today, Attu Games have announced their rather interesting Action RPG Feudal Alloy is now going to release next year.
The rather interesting crowdfunded RPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker is no longer releasing next month, instead they've set a date of September 25th.
Moonlighter, the action RPG with rogue-lite elements from Digital Sun and 11bit Studios has seen a bit of a delay with no Linux release yet. The developer is clear that it's still coming!
It seems the developer of Blade Symphony has had a case of feature-creep and so the next update that was due with Linux support is going to be late.
The upcoming RPG sequel has been delayed a little bit to give the developers time to polish and improve the game following feedback in their closed beta.
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