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Linux versions of Sudden Strike 4 & the Road to Dunkirk DLC are now on GOG

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A little later than expected, but Linux versions of Sudden Strike 4 & the Road to Dunkirk DLC are now available on GOG.

I'm still a fan of the single-player myself, but the multiplayer really isn't anything special at all. Especially since it's locked per-platform, so Linux to Linux only. The developer still won't reply to me on that, considering I was told before release it was cross-platform online.

The good news is that GOG have told me that multiplayer is compatible between GOG and Steam.

GOG provided me with a copy to test and make sure it works okay. The slightly bad news is that the download currently seems to have a broken launch script. It seems someone at GOG may have done a little copy/paste screw up (happens to the best of us), as it looks for a different game. I've let them know about the issue, so it should be fixed soon. Launching the actual game directly works fine though, so it's not a major issue.

Update: They've now fixed the launch script.

You can see my original thoughts on the game here.

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Swiftpaw 9 November 2017 at 1:00 am UTC
We know it's the Linux version, this is GamingOnLinux, so, kind of redundant, just something to think about. :3

Still need to try this game out sometime.
liamdawe 9 November 2017 at 8:21 am UTC
SwiftpawWe know it's the Linux version, this is GamingOnLinux, so, kind of redundant, just something to think about. :3
It's extremely important for search engines actually. It helps to distinguish our news from normal Windows news.
Swiftpaw 9 November 2017 at 4:24 pm UTC
liamdawe
SwiftpawWe know it's the Linux version, this is GamingOnLinux, so, kind of redundant, just something to think about. :3
It's extremely important for search engines actually. It helps to distinguish our news from normal Windows news.

Oh okay, got it, thanks!
Avehicle7887 9 November 2017 at 6:58 pm UTC
I'm curious how is the multiplayer handled without Galaxy on Linux, if it has LAN it's a definite buy.
Plintslîcho 10 November 2017 at 9:05 am UTC
Great news!

I'm really interested in this game (single player only).
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