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Inside Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope is an 'easter egg' that may give the release date of Serious Sam 4.

This is the image in question (December 7th, 2017):
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The dates are all dates of various releases from Croteam. It's a fun teaser and there may really be something in it.

I spotted it previously in the reddit comments of one of our linked posts, but decided to hang back on it for a moment. What makes it more interesting now is that I follow Croteam on Twitter and they even tweeted it when another site covered it. That's not to say it's confirmed, as it may be Croteam doing a bit of trolling, but it could well be the release date.

I'm excited for Serious Sam 4 since it should be powered by Vulkan and hopefully it will be another good FPS for Linux. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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STiAT 26 Feb, 2017
Sounds like them :D.
Ehvis 26 Feb, 2017
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Sounds good. That should be enough time to do the other three before then.
bubexel 26 Feb, 2017
serious sam vr is early access, maybe is the date that will leave early access.
TheRiddick 26 Feb, 2017
unlikely, most early access releases have little idea of when the final build is done, that is even more true with a VR title.
razing32 27 Feb, 2017
Uhm...
Serious Sam VR is ALREADY out.
The teaser date is for the next "standard" game in the series as i understand it.


Last edited by razing32 on 27 February 2017 at 5:37 pm UTC
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