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id Software has released the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars v1.4 update this week for its Windows customers, and this is accompanied by Linux updates too. There are new server and client builds available for Linux and the game demo has also been updated against the ET:QW v1.4 code-base. These Linux downloads are available from the id FTP server. This game update has a host of fixes as well as some new features (more information), such as a threaded renderer for improved multi-core performance, but we'll be exploring that feature in a separate article.