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I'm incredibly excited to watch how Inner Chains [Official Site, Steam] has been progressing and now we have a proper look at some early gameplay.

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The visual design is incredible and is something I would have expected to come from someone like H. R. Giger (RIP).

The game was funded on Kickstarter where it was given $18,708 towards development. Linux was a stretch goal, but it was set at $15,000 so they gathered well over what they requested for a Linux version.

I actually considered pledging on the Kickstarter as it looked so good, but I couldn't bring myself to do it if it was a stretch-goal. I am hoping this doesn't mean it's a low priority since they have the funding they requested now.

It's due out sometime next year.

- Unprecedented ways of interaction between weapons, their users and the environment.
- A dark, biomechanical world where both fauna and flora lie in wait for your slightest stumble.
- VR Support.
- Stunning, surreal visual style.
- Deadly, intelligent and challenging opponents.
- Unusual locations with their own unique stories.
- Dense, suggestive atmosphere of terror, magnified by the great soundtrack composed by Michał Staczkun.
- Subtle thriller elements that will fill you with fear in unusual, inventive ways.
- Thrilling action combined with an interesting, hair-raising story. Article taken from
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PUN 2 December 2016 at 1:15 pm UTC
The atmosphere looks amazing!
Let's hope for a day 1 Linux support.
PublicNuisance 2 December 2016 at 1:27 pm UTC
If they follow through with a Linux version they will have my money.
STiAT 2 December 2016 at 1:29 pm UTC
Atmosphere freaks me out. Very well done. A lot of glitches still (animations, the rocks falling and simply disappearing), but hey, it's pre-alpha..
rustybroomhandle 2 December 2016 at 1:34 pm UTC
This looks good based on that video. Although I suspect I'd prefer it more if it were just a "walking simulator" sans shooting.
titi 2 December 2016 at 1:54 pm UTC
UE4 game? I fear we will be disappointed again because of any kind of technical issues like "middleware" stopping the linux release.
I still want shadowarrior 2 so much which is another example of a not yet released linux UE4 game.
( I still hope the best especially because devolver digital and flyig wildhog were always very linux friendly !)

Are there many released UE4 games for linux yet?
I only found a UE4 game called "Steamroll" with linux support yet .
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Xpander 2 December 2016 at 1:56 pm UTC
looks good. audio needs some work, voiceacting namely. they didnt have very good popfilter i guess

anyway looking forward for it
Beamboom 2 December 2016 at 2:09 pm UTC
Oh wow - the artwork! Looks like a goth fantasy drawing come alive...
catskinsox 2 December 2016 at 2:47 pm UTC
Looks very nice. I'll get it if it comes to Linux.
drvictor666 2 December 2016 at 3:33 pm UTC
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This shows the kind of place most politicians should be banished to.
seguleh 2 December 2016 at 3:54 pm UTC
drvictor666: place in "Agony" looks better for them . Also I wish this game on Linux too, as it seems even more brutal than "Inner Chains". However I wait impatiently for "IC".
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