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Warsow FPS 1.1 Beta Released

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Warsow is a fast paced first person shooter with some pretty stylish cartoon graphics, they have just released a brand new beta with big changes.

Truth be told, I haven't played it in a very long time due to not being much of a fan of super fast FPS with unrealistic weapons, but this is one of the best ones around.

Changes
FXAA antialiasing.
Revamped wdm2 map visuals.
Updated input code to use XInput2 for Linux.
Transparent items in warmup.
Knockback code rewritten for smoother knockbacks.
5 new songs in the soundtrack.
Added RGB shadowmaps.
Full Changelog Link

Download: http://www.warsow.net/download?dl=warsow11beta Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Action, FPS, Free Game
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Guest 11 Feb, 2014
Nice to see that my other comment was removed. So much for a comment system when you can't even voice your opinion.
Samsai 12 Feb, 2014
Quoting: GuestNice to see that my other comment was removed. So much for a comment system when you can't even voice your opinion.

If you really must have a conversation how we are "sensitive kids" because we want people to be polite in the comment section then go ahead and make a forum post about it. Your comment was not relevant to the article at all and I decided to simply delete it.
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