Tokyo 42 [Steam, Official Site] recently released with Windows support, but the developers have said Linux is on their roadmap. Good news, as it does look incredible.

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The developer didn't go into too much detail, but to build some excitement they did simply state this in reply to Linux questions:
QuoteThere is a map, and this is on it.

Not much to go on, but it's a very clear answer at least.

About the game
QuoteTokyo 42 is a hyper-stylish isometric open-world shooter. Framed for a murder you didn't commit, you'll delve into a world of assassins, deadly corporate intrigue and...tactical cats.

Spin the camera to see every angle of this beautifully hand-crafted micro Tokyo, as you discover a huge range of weapons, secrets and stories.

Skilful shooting, bullet physics, sneaky stealth and crowd simulation all play a role in this ultra-colourful kinetic frenzy.

A single player open-world story mode and a host of multiplayer modes await in this unique and critically acclaimed action masterpiece.

I was really hoping they would do a Linux version, as it's a game that keeps filling up my Twitter feed with praise and I would personally love to give it a go. Article taken from
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Ehvis 2 Jun, 2017
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It's a Unity3D game, so it should port over relatively easy. I was watching a stream of this game last night. It looks pretty damn hard.
joedight 2 Jun, 2017
It does work perfectly in Wine, for what it's worth, and although it can be annoying at times (you die a lot), it is a very good game.
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