Fumiko! An incredibly strange platformer was sent in by the developer, it was developed on Linux so I was keen to take a look.
You might not remember Eco, the in-development 'global survival game' where everything you do affects the environment. They have released a juicy new update with improved performance and some new features.
Albion Online will introduce some beefed-up PvE content in the upcoming update. One such feature are the revamped 'Expeditions'.
This open world MMORPG promises to have most of the traditional fun of the genre in more manageable chunks for those of us too busy to spend every waking moment playing it.
Fumiko! A new single-player, story-driven game that has been developed with Unity and Linux is coming out next month. It looks absolutely bizarre, but in a good way.
Streets of Rogue, the rather excellent open-world roguelike has been updated again. Two major new features for the online mode are NAT punch-through and automatic port forwarding to make connections easier.
Rust, from Facepunch Studios is another game to add to the list that use Vulkan, although it's only on the pre-release version right now.
Heroes of Dire is an interesting one, as it's an MMO featuring turn-based combat where you can borrow fighters from friends or a guild.
Try Hard Parking, is a new indie game from developer gearspecs that promises a rage-inducing 80s styled parking game.
Interstellar Marines was once an incredibly promising FPS game with nice visuals and interesting gameplay. Sadly, their money pretty much vanished, but it's pleasing to see it still being developed.
Off Grid sounds pretty interesting! An adventure, satire and stealth game that follows real-world events surrounding data privacy.
BallisticNG is an in-development racer heavily inspired by Wipeout on Steam. It seems it has picked up a community member to bring it over to Linux and has unstable builds available.
Unity 5.6 beta is now available and it brings Vulkan into the main builds of the Unity engine, exciting times!
For those that remember the classic game Myst, Quern - Undying Thoughts a game clearly inspired by it launched with day-1 Linux support.
The Exiled, a new discovery recently that aims to combine the open-world approach of an MMO together with MOBA style battles. The icing here is that it supports Linux.