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Microsoft Teams is now available on Linux
11 December 2019 at 7:37 am UTC Likes: 2

fleskI'm not a .NET developer, so I'm not an authority on the subject, but I know our Microsoft teams are developing most of their applications with .NET Core deployed on Linux these days, so I assume it has most/all of the features that .NET has.

Not all the way there yet, but they are getting much closer. The current Windows-only .NET is going away with the next, fully cross-platform, release:

The Humble Choice game bundle subscription has launched replacing Humble Monthly
7 December 2019 at 6:55 pm UTC Likes: 3

PhlebiacIt's only the base game, not the definitive edition bundle.
After activating key on Steam it says that's Definitive Edition.

They label the base game that way now, but it's not the bundle. You still have to upgrade to get the rest.

pskosinskiMaybe worth mentioning: even that Humble says Blasphemous is available only for Windows, one can install it with one click on Steam client, so probably it's on Steam's whitelist of games which can be run through Proton without issues. I was surprised.

It doesn't list Proton in the Steam client, so it must be the native version they have been testing.

The Humble Choice game bundle subscription has launched replacing Humble Monthly
7 December 2019 at 6:39 am UTC

bacattasteam keys ?

Yes, they still are (mostly) Steam keys. Sometimes there is also a DRM-free download also, and if the game isn't on Steam at all it's usually a DRM-free download (with occasional exceptions that are well noted, like Overwatch).

bacattaShadow of the Tomb Raider as a Linux version or is it only the "definitive edition" ?

It's only the base game, not the definitive edition bundle.

The ridiculously large Stardew Valley 1.4 update is out
28 November 2019 at 6:00 am UTC Likes: 1

PangaeaI'd definitely welcome a DRM Free competitor that cares about Linux. I loved GOG back in the days, but they have changed a lot since then, so there is less reason to be faithful. Probably the only reason they began with Linux at all was that Steam did it, and they've been dragging their feet about it ever since.

They dragged their feet from the start:

Planetary Annihilation: TITANS may finally work on Mesa for Intel and AMD GPUs on Linux
27 November 2019 at 6:24 am UTC

Liam DaweThe perils of using closed source stuff for something like a UI, they've now been given the source

Hopefully they will submit patches upstream (and they will get accepted!), so anyone else using this can also benefit.

BATTLETECH Heavy Metal has firmly stomped its way to release
22 November 2019 at 7:20 am UTC Likes: 1

This is published by Paradox now right? Doesn't that mean it will have new DLC regularly for the next 5 years?

Humble are giving away Serial Cleaner free for their Fall Sale now live
22 November 2019 at 7:14 am UTC Likes: 1


Well, complete except for part 4 of the trilogy.

Vulkan post-processing layer vkBasalt has a new release up with SMAA support
21 November 2019 at 1:24 am UTC

Anyone got screenshots of before/after with the latest version? Comparing the different anti-aliasing options, for instance.

Google have now expanded the launch titles for Stadia up to 22
18 November 2019 at 6:15 pm UTC Likes: 2

Liam DaweFeral confirmed on Twitter they didn't do the Stadia ports.

That seems rather... disappointing?

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