Feral Interactive just put up a YouTube video to show off Total War: WARHAMMER II running on Linux, it’s looking good and they confirmed again their future Linux plans.
Articles by Liam Dawe
Valve are moving fast with Steam Play updates! Just today they’ve released the Steam Play 3.16-1 beta which is a pretty big deal for Linux gaming.
Your new weekly roundup of odds and ends for Linux gaming that didn’t make it into the main news this week, plus a look at some sales.
In a move that’s going to raise a lot of eyebrows, Microsoft has joined the Open Invention Network to ‘protect Linux and other important open source workloads from patent assertions’.
As it turns out, the Linux market share reported in the hardware survey for September was higher than initially reported. We’re finally seeing some progress.
The Total War team along with Feral Interactive have confirmed that Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is officially coming to Linux.
It’s a shame when a Linux version is delayed, but in the case of INSOMNIA: The Ark it should hopefully mean a better game.
Commenting on an issue on the Vulkan-Ecosystem GitHub page, an NVIDIA developer has mentioned how transform feedback support will come to Vulkan.
For those awaiting the Linux version of Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few, the rather strange action/adventure game set in a drug-fuelled, retrofuturistic city in an alternative 1960s England we have an update for you.
Feral Interactive’s latest Linux port, Life is Strange: Before the Storm the prequel to the original Life is Strange is set to release for Linux on September 13th.