The developers behind OpenRA, the open-source re-implementation of the original Command and Conquer games with a focus on cross-platform support, issued a new version of their engine for Christmas.
The enhanced edition of Divinity: Original Sin, a fantasty RPG video game originally funded through Kickstarter, is now available for Linux.
The first public preview release of Unreal Engine 4.11 is now available for testing just ahead of the holidays.
The two latest Saints Row games were released for Linux yesterday. While many were initially excited about these open-world games coming to Linux, many haven't been able to enjoy the experience due to driver issues.
Saints Row IV and Saints Row: Gat out of Hell have been released today for SteamOS/Linux.
2005 was the last year SuperTux saw a stable release, but arriving this weekend just in time for Christmas is SuperTux v0.4.
Yesterday Valve released a big update to Team Fortress 2 that brought renderer improvements for OS X and Linux gamers. However, how does it affect the performance of this popular free-to-play game?
Capcom in cooperation with Valve will be bringing Street Fighter V to SteamOS (Linux).
As part of the preparations for the year-end Linux benchmarking articles, I've published new versions of the Team Fortress 2, DiRT Showdown, BioShock Infinite, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Linux benchmark test profiles.
SMACH Z, the handheld Steam Linux gaming system powered by an AMD SoC, is going back to the drawing board and they've decided to cancel their current crowdfunding campaign.
The Unity 3D folks have released some updated WebGL benchmark results for showing what web browsers are doing the best for accelerated graphics.
Yesterday's article titled Are Open-Source Games and Community Game Engines Fading Away? continues to be one of the most-discussed threads in the forums this weekend.
Is it just me or are open-source games faltering? While open-source, community-based games really aren't mainstream and really never took off, it seems these days there's a lack of good open-source games more so than in past years as well as diminishing open-source game engine projects.
Feral Interactive passed along word this morning about the XCOM 2 Digital Deluxe Edition is now available for pre-order from Steam, which will be released in February with OS X and Linux support.
Unvanquished Alpha 46 was released this past weekend as the open-source game project's 2015 holiday release.
Total War: Attila, a strategy game released for Windows back in February, is now available for Linux.
Feral Interactive today announced the release of GRID Autosport for OS X and Linux.
Unity 5.3 was released today as the latest version of this popular, cross-platform game engine.
With the upcoming Unity 5.3 game engine update, WebGL will become an official build target after being in a preview state since Unity 5.0.
This forthcoming week will surely mark 1,700 Linux games being able natively via Steam.
Garry Newman, the developer behind the Garry's Mod and Rust games along with other titles in development, has made some fresh comments this week about the outlook for their games on Linux.
The open-source community working on OpenMW as an engine re-implementation of Elderscrolls III: Morrowind have announced the release of OpenMW v0.37.
It's been a while since the last Warsow game release, but that changed yesterday with the release of the Warsow 2.0 open-source first person shooter release.
The next alpha to the 0 A.D. ancient warfare RTS game is now available.
Unigine 2 was officially released after a lengthy development period in October while just over one month later is now the Unigine 2.1 update.
Vendetta: Curse of Raven's Cry was released today by TopWare on Steam. Alongside the OS X and Windows binaries is same-day Linux support.
Football Manager 2016 was released today by SEGA. Compared to the past where the Linux port came after the fact, Football Manager 2016 has seen a same-day release for Windows, OS X, and SteamOS/Linux.
Epic Games has officially released Unreal Engine 4.10 today, which includes 53 improvements done by the community on GitHub along with a lot of other exciting in-house improvements.
With the Linux 4.4 HID update came support for the Logitech G29, a racing wheel for gamers, while just missing that pull are patches for another Logitech Driving Force Racing Wheel.
One month after Trine 3 went into beta on Linux, this action role-playing game has been officially release for SteamOS / Linux.
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