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Wx3 Labs have now opened up the Beta for Starcom: Nexus to everyone who owns the game (or picks it up now), plus they're looking for some feedback.

Sound familiar? We wrote about this one recently, but then access to the Linux version wasn't public—it now is. If you decide to pick it up on Steam, you can try the Linux version simply by opting into the Linux Beta on Steam with no password needed.

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Feature Highlight:

  • Fully open-world universe with numerous quests and storylines
  • Hundreds of unique planet anomalies, space discoveries, artifacts and more!
  • Fast-paced, exciting combat with numerous hostile factions
  • Over 150 technologies to research
  • Design your own ship using a modular construction system
  • Talk and trade with multiple alien factions, each with their own agendas and dynamic AI
  • Lots of hidden secrets and side quests
  • Quick save anywhere

If you try it, you can give the developer feedback in this linked Steam forum post.

After only just leaving Early Access this month, it's great to see another developer trying to support Linux. Throwing out a Beta and gathering feedback, is a really simply and effective way to get going. You can find Starcom: Nexus on Steam.

Hat tip to Sonny.

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pageround 17 Dec, 2019
It's back on the wishlist.
Purple Library Guy 17 Dec, 2019
That looks kind of cool. Might give that beta a try.
Tchey 19 Dec, 2019
I'm 10 hours deep, i enjoy it quite a lot, lots of stuff to discover exploring the map, and have no issue from the Beta Linux.
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