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Update: The same fellow I spoke to at Paradox just emailed in again, so we're now able to confirm Linux will be supported for Imperator: Rome! Here's what they said:

Paradox has confirmed that it plans to offer Imperator: Rome for Linux platforms

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Announced at the recent PDXCON, Imperator: Rome is a brand new title developed by Paradox Development Studio and publisher Paradox Interactive. Sadly, it seems they haven't made a decision on Linux support just yet.

We held off on announcing this initially, even though it has a Linux icon on the Paradox Store as not all Paradox titles are on Linux. Today, Paradox replied and here's what they told me:

Though, we have historically supported Linux in our internal development, we haven't made a decision yet for Imperator.

Hopefully they won't let their fans down in terms of Linux support, as I know many enjoy their games.

They released a teaser trailer, which doesn't really tell you anything at all. So here's a few screenshots:

In other Paradox news, Age of Wonders: Planetfall from developed Triumph Studios which is being published by Paradox Interactive was also announced. Sadly, that is only currently going to support Windows and they have not responded to my questions about Linux support.

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Eike 22 May, 2018
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Well, at least we have the 99th "retro inspired" whatever, don't we? :'(
Liam Dawe 22 May, 2018
You guys, err, might want to refresh ;) - good news!
SadL 22 May, 2018
You got me really worried for a moment..
Cmdr_Iras 22 May, 2018
Was just about to poast saying while I may not get this one I do hope they continue to support Linux as a platfor, so am very glad to see the update :)

I have enjoyed the paradox titles I own, both the in-house and published ones.
cxpher@gmail.com 22 May, 2018
Age of Wonders: Planetfall

This i would buy without a second thought.

Imperator i'm considering.
Arehandoro 22 May, 2018
Most importantly is that they are planning/thinking/viewing possibilities to do a sequel to Vampire: Bloodlines and I really hope they do bring it to us as well.


Last edited by Arehandoro on 22 May 2018 at 11:10 am UTC
wvstolzing 22 May, 2018
Quoting: EikeWell, at least we have the 99th "retro inspired" whatever, don't we? :'(

Yeah, but this one's probably 'inspired by' such retro titles as this: https://youtu.be/-Bd1tKfPr6s
Stupendous Man 22 May, 2018
Quoting: cxpher@gmail.comAge of Wonders: Planetfall

This i would buy without a second thought.

Imperator i'm considering.
It's not confirmed if there'll be a Linux port though :-(
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rustybroomhandle 22 May, 2018
The thing with Age of Wonders: Planetfall is that it is also announced for XBox One, so in all likelihood, the Microsoft thing will happen where the dev/publisher is not even allowed to mention any non Microsoft platforms for a set period of time.
Stupendous Man 22 May, 2018
Quoting: rustybroomhandleThe thing with Age of Wonders: Planetfall is that it is also announced for XBox One, so in all likelihood, the Microsoft thing will happen where the dev/publisher is not even allowed to mention any non Microsoft platforms for a set period of time.
And here I thought I was able to get away from Microsoft by not using their products. But no, they have a knack for showing their ugly head when you least expect it.
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