CRYENGINE For Linux Appears Within The Steam Database
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 8 April 2014 at 11:21 AM EDT. 12 Comments
As a potential sign of Linux gamers soon to see CRYENGINE outside of Windows, a Steam database listing for Crytek's flagship game engine has appeared.

Last month at GDC 2014 I found out many details about the CRYENGINE Linux port, but one of the details that the Crytek developer I was talking with wouldn't answer is when any CRYENGINE-powered Linux games would be released.


For what it's worth, today appeared the first CRYENGINE listing within the Steam Database. This listing can be found at SteamDB.info. We will see in the days ahead if it means anything meaningful to Linux gamers on Steam.
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