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For those excited to finally get a proper Battle Royale game on Linux, come check the latest trailer and information on Crazy Justice.

To be clear, it will have multiple game modes and a story, I'm just super excited for the BR mode.

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They're showing it off at The MIX, an event that happens during E3 to highlight interesting indie games as opposed to the massive power-house AAA developer and publishers that E3 shines the light on.

As for the release date, it's looking like next week could finally be it. While in the last article (even more details there) they suggested it would be this week, it seems they didn't want to give away that they were at a proper event this week (or they weren't supposed to until the event organisers announced the lineup anyway), so next week is a lot more likely given what they've been saying in the Q&A sessions.

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Zlopez 12 Jun, 2018
Just a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?
Liam Dawe 12 Jun, 2018
Quoting: ZlopezJust a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?
Not a lot, but that's expected. Don't have an exact number, too many to keep track of :P
Nezchan 12 Jun, 2018
Honestly, it looks like they've still got a long way to go on the visuals. The BR side of it still looks way too much like Fortnite and that's going to invite "ripoff" talk. Whether that's true or not, it'll still hurt their sales if they don't make the difference clear enough.
Micromegas 12 Jun, 2018
Release date next week? That probably means Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday because nobody sane would release a game during the Steam summer sale, I guess.
Liam Dawe 12 Jun, 2018
Quoting: KelsHonestly, it looks like they've still got a long way to go on the visuals. The BR side of it still looks way too much like Fortnite and that's going to invite "ripoff" talk. Whether that's true or not, it'll still hurt their sales if they don't make the difference clear enough.
Well, Fortnite isn't on Linux. For me, that's the deciding factor of course. Cross play between PC and Switch too, which means my son can get involved and play with me, that essentially speaks to me directly.

No micro transactions too, so you don't end up paying a ridiculous amount over time? Even better.

Single player, co-op support, multiple game modes including Battle Royale...yeah it sounds good to me.

Still, it could be a total flop, naturally if it is we will let people know :P
MaCroX95 12 Jun, 2018
Quoting: ZlopezJust a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?

Let's see:

Microsoft announced: Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, Kingdom hearts III, Sekiro, Cyberpunk 2077, Jumpforce, Battletoads, Just Cause 4, Devil may cry 5, Ori, Cuphead sequel, Life is strange sequel, We happy few...

Ubisoft: AC Odyssey, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Beyond good and evil 2

Bethesda: Wolfenstein Youngblood, Doom Eternal, Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 76

Out of those only We happy few is confirmed to be coming to linux, other are very likely not to come...
Ehvis 12 Jun, 2018
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Quoting: MaCroX95Out of those only We happy few is confirmed to be coming to linux, other are very likely not to come...

I suppose it is not unlikely that Feral would try to bring Life Is Strange 2.
Zlopez 12 Jun, 2018
Quoting: MaCroX95
Quoting: ZlopezJust a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?

Let's see:

Microsoft announced: Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, Kingdom hearts III, Sekiro, Cyberpunk 2077, Jumpforce, Battletoads, Just Cause 4, Devil may cry 5, Ori, Cuphead sequel, Life is strange sequel, We happy few...

Ubisoft: AC Odyssey, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Beyond good and evil 2

Bethesda: Wolfenstein Youngblood, Doom Eternal, Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 76

Out of those only We happy few is confirmed to be coming to linux, other are very likely not to come...

Thanks for the list. It's sad to hear this, but I hope that the Life is Strange will be ported by Feral and maybe Cyberpunk 2077 will be ported later.
hardpenguin 12 Jun, 2018
Liam must be boiling with excitement :D
saclautaa 12 Jun, 2018
Quoting: MaCroX95
Quoting: ZlopezJust a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?

Let's see:

Microsoft announced: Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, Kingdom hearts III, Sekiro, Cyberpunk 2077, Jumpforce, Battletoads, Just Cause 4, Devil may cry 5, Ori, Cuphead sequel, Life is strange sequel, We happy few...

Ubisoft: AC Odyssey, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Beyond good and evil 2

Bethesda: Wolfenstein Youngblood, Doom Eternal, Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 76

Out of those only We happy few is confirmed to be coming to linux, other are very likely not to come...

Some of the Square Enix games will probably get ported over to Linux in the next year or so. I just hope that HITMAN 2 comes over to Linux with it no longer being published by Square Enix; Warner Bros haven't exactly stuck with their games being ported over to Linux - looking at you, Arkham Knight
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