News in the last week, heck, in the last few weeks and months have the potential to shake up the games industry significantly. It certainly may have huge repercussions for Linux gaming. It’s also been a little hard to follow sometimes, so I decided to explain many of the developments of the past few months and put them within an easy-to-understand context.
For those who like to guzzle a glass of the good stuff, Wine 4.0 just got the first release candidate.
Finally, after waiting for a few months NVIDIA has released a new mainline driver which includes Transform Feedback support.
Feral Interactive have adjusted their mirrors and put things into high gear with DiRT 4 on the way to Linux.
Blackout, a modern choose your own adventure inspired by World of Darkness, H.P. Lovecraft and Twin Peaks
Inspired by the likes of World of Darkness, H.P. Lovecraft and Twin Peaks, the choose your own adventure Blackout is coming to Linux.
If you like your sci-fi co-op games, EmptyEpsilon might be one to take a look at which is free and open source.
Beyond Blue from E-Line Media is an ocean exploration game due out next year for Linux, it looks impressive and they have some fresh footage out.
For those of you using Intel and AMD (and some older NVIDIA cards) Mesa 18.3.0 was officially released today.
Another one shown off during The Game Awards, Double Fine have now shown off the first official trailer for Psychonauts 2.
During The Game Awards, it was announced that The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe is coming and it's confirmed for PC too.
Valve have released Danger Zone, a Battle Royale mode for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive along with it going free to play.
Once again, Paradox have put out more content both paid and free for Stellaris and my love of the game continues on rather strong.
Virtual Programming seem to be busy once again which is good news, turning up on their website recently was both A Hat in Time and Gravel.
Grapple Force Rena from developer GalaxyTrail is a sweet action platformer where your magic bracelets allow you to hook into any surface. That includes enemies too, as you hook into them and throw them out of your way.
HeartBeast Studios L.L.C. just released their "byte sized roguelike" for those with little time on their hands.
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