We have Google Stadia (soon), PlayStation Now, Xbox Game Streaming, EA's Project Atlas is coming and more but what about Valve with Steam? Well, sounds like Steam Cloud Gaming is coming.
Raja Koduri from Intel put out a bit of a teaser on Twitter recently for for their upcoming dedicated GPU.
Warm up that cup of speculation, as it appears Valve are working on another game that seems to be going by the name of Citadel (likely a code name).
Speculation time: As someone who makes heavy use of their Steam Controller, I will admit that the possibility of a proper second generation has me quite excited.
Dying Light 2, the massive new open-world game from Techland is looking awesome and going by SteamDB, it may actually come to Linux.
Recently announced by Paradox Interactive, it looks like Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 might actually get Linux support.
Thanks to the great work from Tyler McVicker of Valve News Network, we've learned that a lot of changes seem to be on the way for Valve's card game Artifact.
With the talk of some big players moving into cloud gaming, along with a number of people thinking Valve will also be doing it, here’s a few thoughts from me.
Gravel, the "ultimate off-road experience" is a racing game from Milestone (MXGP, MotoGP and many more) and it's showing signs of coming to Linux.
In what could be a blow to Linux gamers who are fans of Obsidian RPGs, Microsoft is apparently close to acquiring the studio.
There's rumours circling around about XCOM 2 getting a new expansion and it seems whatever it turns out to be that Linux support should be there.
If you can't beat them, join them? It seems that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive may be getting a PUBG-like mode.
Take this with a big 'ol bag of salt, but it's possible Dawn of War III might be coming to Linux. Thanks to a tip from a Twitter follower.
Speculation: A recent Mesa commit hints at a possible Batman: Arkham Origins Linux port (update: no it isn't)
A recent commit to Mesa that improves performance in radeonsi was emailed in, as it mentions Batman: Arkham Origins in a list of tested games, where all of them are native on Linux apart from that one game. Updated: no it isn't.
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