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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive now has much better queue times for Danger Zone

Following on from the tweak to Danger Zone to focus more on duos, Valve are still tweaking their Battle Royale mode in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as well as the game as a whole.

The innovative FPS 'Shotgun Farmers' has left Early Access with a tasty update

Shotgun Farmers is a first-person shooter that's not only good fun, it's also rather innovative with how you collect ammo and weapons.

A Vulkan renderer is in the works for GZDoom

One of the GZDoom developers, dpJudas, has been working diligently on the Vulkan renderer for GZDoom.

WRATH: Aeon of Ruin is the new FPS from 3D Realms, coming to Linux this Summer

This is going to be awesome, 3D Realms along with KillPixel and 1C Entertainment have revealed WRATH: Aeon of Ruin their new retro-FPS. It's also releasing with Linux support and soon too.

Deep Rock Galactic, a 1-4 player co-op FPS with a destructible environment works great in Steam Play

For those itching to play through another FPS, you might want to take a look at Deep Rock Galactic from Ghost Ship Games.

NBlood, an open source port of the classic FPS 'Blood' using EDuke32

Based on the EDuke32 game engine, NBlood is a new open source port of the classic FPS Blood. From what Voidpoint (Ion Maiden) said on Twitter, it's using their version of the game engine too.

Ravenfield, the single-player FPS with large-scale battles has a new release out

More FPS news for you this weekend, with the single-player Ravenfield having another great update out with lots of new toys.

The unique FPS 'Shotgun Farmers' is leaving Early Access next month

Shotgun Farmers, by far one of the most unique FPS games I've played in a long time is due to leave Early Access soon.

Tannenberg, the WWI shooter has officially left Early Access and it's good fun

With massive online battles and some great design work, the WWI FPS Tannenberg has now left Early Access.

Suffered crashes in CS:GO Danger Zone? They should now be fixed on Linux

Valve has finally fixed the issue in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Danger Zone crashing for Linux gamers.

Brutal retro-inspired FPS 'DUSK' officially arrives on Linux

Spread across three distinct campaign episodes, DUSK is a brutal retro-inspired shooter from David Szymanski and New Blood Interactive and it's now on Linux.

1001st Hyper Tower, a cyberpunk FPS will have you climb a tower and destroy everything

1001st Hyper Tower from developer Toster12D3 seems like quite a unique FPS, like a reverse dungeon crawler as you ascend a tower a destroy everything in your way.

The latest update on Black Mesa shows some good progress on this Half-Life fan game

I'm quite excited for the final release of Black Mesa, as someone who only completed the original Half-Life in the last few years (after it came to Linux) playing through a heavily improved version is going to be great.

DUSK, the popular retro-inspired FPS now has a Linux testing build up, out for everyone next week

DUSK, a retro-inspired FPS from David Szymanski and New Blood Interactive looks awesome and you can test it out on Linux right now.

Insurgency: Sandstorm should still release for Linux this year

Now that the fantastic looking FPS game Insurgency: Sandstorm is out for Windows, I've seen a few people worried about the status of a Linux version. I spoke to New World Interactive to clear up the situation.
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