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Just some of the games coming to Linux in 2019, the September edition

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It's been quite a while since we had a listicle of interesting games gearing up for release on Linux in 2019, let's take a fresh look today.

There's a huge amount coming and this list is by no means exhaustive (that would be impossible), plenty still to even be announced yet that I know of. This is just a nice and simple reminder on a few interesting titles you may have forgotten about or perhaps you might find something new.

September

October

November

"Fall" 2019

Q4 2019

Sometime in 2019

We already know a few interesting titles coming next year too like Spacebase Startopia, Event Horizon, Wasteland 3, The Iron Oath, Psychonauts 2, Xenosis: Alien Infection, Brigador Killers, Roguebook and so on.

If you know of a Linux game with a confirmed release date for this year that's not in the list, let us know in the comments and we may add it in.

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Eike 15 September 2019 at 9:36 am UTC
Whitewolfe80No but at the same time saying confirmed without actually being released and I know you go with the information you have my view is until its actually released its not coming to linux its just the way we get treated because of the market size.

I understand that (and why) you're pi**ed. It's just that a list of promised games has to consist of games, erm... having been promised. It's not like you should buy them on the promise or bet your soul on them being released, it's just something to look forward to... and maybe sometimes be disappointed. It's interesting information either way.
iiari 15 September 2019 at 4:11 pm UTC
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sigzthere was a time we got one or two AAA titles on a year.. Looks like since proton is a thing there is no more heavy ports (Did feral gave up too ?)
But Proton gave us, like, hundreds (thousands?) of AAA titles in one fell swoop, more than we'd get in a lifetime of porting of AAA titles to Linux otherwise. Like it or not, for now, it's our AAA future and, after that, streaming gaming... We'll be fine.
BrazilianGamer 16 September 2019 at 9:48 am UTC
What a great time to be a Linux User I must say that I didn't see SotTR coming. OUTSTANDING


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Liam Dawe 21 September 2019 at 9:00 am UTC
Stygian only mentions Windows for some reason now, but the publisher confirmed it's still happening: https://twitter.com/1C_Company/status/1175164083747926016 as did the developer when queried about GOG showing only Windows: https://twitter.com/stygianthegame/status/1173547405305888769
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