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BattlEye now say they're working with Valve to support Steam Play

Here's a bit of interesting news to end the week with, BattlEye have said they are working with Valve to get their anti-cheat working with Steam Play/Proton.

Path of Exile to get Vulkan support, they would "like" to add Linux support

Here's something interesting, the Path of Exile team have put out a news post giving some answers to questions from the community and it has some interesting bits in it for us.

Two Point Studios (Two Point Hospital developer) has joined SEGA, more games are on the way

The developer of Two Point Hospital, Two Point Studios, has now officially joined SEGA and more games are on the way.

Easy Anti-Cheat is actually still supported for Linux, a statement from Epic Games

As an update to my previous article talking about Easy Anti-Cheat, as it turns out they're not stopping Linux support for it at all.

Easy Anti-Cheat are apparently "pausing" their Linux support, which could be a big problem (updated)

I've just today been alerted to something that's quite worrying, according to Garry Newman from Facepunch Studios, Easy Anti-Cheat are "pausing" their Linux support.

Facepunch Studios have given an update on the future of Rust for Linux, issues with "third parties"

For those hanging on hoping Facepunch will go back to officially supporting Linux with Rust, you might want to sit down. They've made a comment on it on their latest blog post.

Psyonix, creator of Rocket League is joining Epic Games (updated)

Epic Games don't seem to be just doing exclusives now, they're also pulling in studios with Psyonix (Rocket League) announcing today they're joining Epic Games.

After suggesting a developer drop Linux support, Vivox have released a statement

Vivox, the voice chat middleware used by a number of games that doesn't currently support Linux recently suggested a developer just drop Linux support. They've now reached out to me with a statement.

You can now easily run the Epic Store on Linux with Lutris, Epic suggests applying for a grant

Thanks to some effort from the team behind Lutris (and Wine of course), you can now run the Epic Store quite easily on Linux.

The EU is going after Valve and others for "geo-blocking", a statement from Valve

It seems Valve and five publishers have attracted the attention of the EU, as they claim they're breaching EU competition rules.

Epic Games new 'Epic Online Services' will support Linux and it's free for developers to use

Here's something interesting, Epic Games are launching their Epic Online Services and it will support Linux as well as multiple different game engines.

OpenXR from The Khronos Group and Monado from Collabora could unify VR & AR

The Khronos Group recently announced a provisional specification of OpenXR, a royalty-free open-standard aimed at unifying access to VR and AR (collectively known as XR) devices. Also, Collabora announced Monado, a fully open source OpenXR runtime for Linux.

Google announce ‘Stadia’, their new cloud gaming service built on Linux and Vulkan

Google have now finally unveiled their new cloud gaming service named Stadia, offering instant access to play games in Google Chrome.

The Culling, one of the first Battle Royale games on Linux is shutting down

The Culling was probably the second Battle Royale game I ever played, after the Hunger Games in Minecraft and it seemed to never really click and so it's shutting down.
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