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Your mid-week (sort of) look at some games on sale, plenty of goodies

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This is you sort-of mid-week look at some epic Linux gaming deals going on right now, a look across various stores to find you some deals ready for the weekend ahead.

First up, Fanatical are doing a big Spring Sale (Linux games here) and if you use the discount code "FANATICAL10" up until March 31st you get an extra 10% off. They have a pretty amazing deal going on Skullgirls + 2nd Encore DLC with 91% off. They also have Two Point Hospital at the lowest price so far with 25% off. Update: Steam actually now has Two Point Hospital at 33% off and it's on a free weekend.

GOG has both a mid-week sale and a weekly sale going on, each with a selection of Linux games. Some top picks there include:

If you hop on over to the Humble Store they also have the Humble Indie Bundle 20 with seven Linux games, as well as the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 with some great titles like Stellaris and Civilization VI. They also have a Linux ebook bundle that might be interesting.

For those who want to test Steam Play, F1 2018 on Steam is currently free to try for another day and it's also 75% off. I gave it a run yesterday and I was surprised by how well it worked. Not as smooth as Feral's port of the previous F1 game but still pretty good.

Finally, itch.io has 75% off The Signal From Tölva which includes a DRM-free build plus a Steam key, the cheapest deal around for it right now.

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Tags: Game Sale
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raneon 14 Mar, 2019
And you get Grid 2 on Humble for free, but doesn't work according to protondb.
Werner 16 Mar, 2019
F1 2017 works perfectly for me and my G29 wheel, the problem is that with proton most Racinggames don't work with FFB, the opposite is with Wine 4.x.

Lolo01
Wernerhmm about F1 2018 does it really make sense? I mean without Force Feedback racing is pretty much useless in my eyes.

It doesn't work any better with Feral port of F1 2017 due to the very few wheels supported.
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