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Pyre [Steam, Official Site], the next game from Transistor developer Supergiant Games is coming to Linux! The port is being done by Ethan Lee and it should see a day-1 Linux release.

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About the game
QuotePyre is a party-based RPG in which you lead a band of exiles to freedom through ancient competitions spread across a vast, mystical purgatory. Who shall return to glory, and who shall remain in exile to the end of their days?

It sounds like an interesting idea, where you're never forced to lose. Your journey will continue if you win or lose and each game will end up being a little different.

Exciting, as it looks fantastic and their previous games have all been very well received by many. Article taken from
Tags: Indie Game, RPG, Steam
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Nezchan 30 May, 2017
I like Supergiant's work a lot, even if I've got a habit of not actually finishing their games.
Leopard 30 May, 2017
Even on Windows sys reqs , there is no mention DirectX. Probably they've never touched DirectX for this game.
seven 30 May, 2017
instabuy for me, i love supergiant's games
tuubi 30 May, 2017
I really like how their games look and feel, but I just can't seem to enjoy the actual gameplay. I have no idea why exactly.
Salvatos 31 May, 2017
Quoting: tuubiI really like how their games look and feel, but I just can't seem to enjoy the actual gameplay. I have no idea why exactly.
Looking at the 20 minutes of gameplay video, I would probably hate the matches, but man did that story and design suck me right in. Putting this one down on the "watch a playthrough someday" list.
Keyrock 31 May, 2017
Color me interested. I really like the idea of battles being played as kind of a sport.

Last edited by Keyrock on 31 May 2017 at 2:45 am UTC
jonko 31 May, 2017
As always, absolutely amazing art style and music
Corben 31 May, 2017
Ethan "flibitijibibo" Lee rocks! According to his Patreon site this might be his 51th port. Wow! Just wow!
Geppeto35 31 May, 2017
Gampelay only seems to be 1/ dialogues and 2/sport-fighting phases?
lucifertdark 31 May, 2017
It sounds like Darren Korb is on soundtrack duties again, that alone is reason enough for me to buy the game.
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