Nuclear Dawn Update Has Full Linux Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 21 April 2014 at 08:47 AM EDT. 16 Comments
Nuclear Dawn, the post-apocalyptic first-person RTS hybrid video game powered by Valve's Source Engine, is now out of beta on Linux -- two years after the game was formally released for Windows gamers.

The Nuclear Dawn Update 7.1 was released on Sunday and it has full support for Linux along side OS X and Windows. After the Linux version has been in beta for a while, this is the first update where Linux players can play along side Windows and Mac gamers. This update also has a lot of fixes, updates for community-created content, and other changes.

More details on this fresh Nuclear Dawn update can be found via SteamCommunity.com. The game is sold via Steam for $9.99 USD.

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