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Proxy Studios have been listening to feedback about the strategt game Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War and so they've put out a fresh build revamping the world builder and AI.

For those who like to customise their experience, Proxy Studios have added in the ability to adjust region size and density as well as arctic, desert, tropical and volcanic region densities. They also made regions more pronounced, giving you a better a look at the map at a glance.

The changes the AI has gone through are rather large too, with them becoming quite a lot smarter. How they deal with their economy got he biggest boost, with them managing it a lot better. While some of the changes aren't major, they were needed. As a simple example, the AI won't build research buildings once it reaches the highest research tier. Lots of changes like that, make them much more interesting to deal with. Full list of the changes can be found here.

Available from Humble Store, GOG (I've checked, build is live there too for Linux) and Steam.

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Patola 8 October 2018 at 11:55 am UTC
That's so nice to see this progression. Looking forward to buy this game. On the other hand, I feel completely betrayed by Triumph Studios which made a similar game - Age of Wonders: Planetfall - but didn't bother to make a Linux port.
TemplarGR 8 October 2018 at 12:31 pm UTC
PatolaThat's so nice to see this progression. Looking forward to buy this game. On the other hand, I feel completely betrayed by Triumph Studios which made a similar game - Age of Wonders: Planetfall - but didn't bother to make a Linux port.

Planetfall is getting a Linux port... IIRC it is confirmed.
liamdawe 8 October 2018 at 12:39 pm UTC
TemplarGR
PatolaThat's so nice to see this progression. Looking forward to buy this game. On the other hand, I feel completely betrayed by Triumph Studios which made a similar game - Age of Wonders: Planetfall - but didn't bother to make a Linux port.

Planetfall is getting a Linux port... IIRC it is confirmed.
Not seen it confirmed anywhere, they mistakenly confirmed it once and then said quickly after it's not.
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