Epic Games released Unreal Engine 4.5 yesterday and the improvements are looking great for this Linux friendly game engine.
Two weeks after Borderlands 2 came to Linux, today marks the official debut of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and it's just not coming out for Windows but Linux too.
The seventeenth alpha release is now out for the very promising 0 A.D. open-source real time strategy game.
Unigine Corp has revealed today that Unigine 2.0 has been under development for about one year and with this major revision to their technologically-amazing but seldom adopted engine is OpenGL 4.5 rendering support and other changes.
The promising Unvanquished open-source game is out with its monthly alpha update.
A new (well, actually old for Windows gamers, it was released there in 2011) is now available for Steam on Linux gamers.
The Steam hardware/software survey results are out for the trailing month... Linux usage saw a 0.1% rise.
Borderlands 2 is available today as the newest action RPG / first person shooter on Linux. Borderlands 2 -- a game powered by a modified Unreal Engine 3 -- is now available natively via a port done by Aspyr Media.
Five months ago today was when LGP was planning a server migration with minimal downtime, while to this day they've yet to return.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now appearing on Steam for Linux!
Released this week was a new update to AntiMicro, the GUI program for mapping keyboard keys and mouse controls to a gamepad, which is useful for games without any gamepad (or inadequate) support.
Besides the Linux release of Tropico 5, also available as of today is the official release of Wasteland 2, which is coming twenty-five years after the release of the original Wasteland.
As expected, Tropico 5 was released today for Linux gamers.
There's just two days to go until a new, high quality, non-FPS game is being released for Linux.
Garry Newman announced today that the popular Garry's Mod game has sold six million copies thus far.
The twelfth Humble Indie Bundle launched today with a large collection of games but sadly brings no new Linux ports to the table.
With the passing of another first Sunday of the month comes the latest alpha game release for the open-source Unvanquished first person shooter.
While there's already a handful of Linux distributions trying to cater towards the increasing number of gamers with no real competitive edge over any of the other long-standing, general-purpose Linux distributions (sans SteamOS), there's yet another new one to report on this weekend.
The August numbers for Valve's Steam Hardware/Software Survey indicate a possible drop in Steam Linux usage as the overall percentage of Linux gamers using this digital distribution platform hovers just around 1.0%.
Sony has open-sourced "LevelEditor", a level editing application for game levels that can be adapted to work with any game engine and uses a nice WYSIWYG interface.
Borderlands 2, an action role-playing game mixed with first-person shooter elements is coming to Linux. Borderlands 2 has been out for Windows gamers for nearly two years while now it's finally getting ready to meet Linux and SteamOS gamers.
Just over three months after the release of the troubled Witcher 2 Linux port, it seems The Witcher 2's performance is finally getting into decent shape after numerous optimizations and bug-fixes.
Metro Redux is on its way to Linux and it will require Linux gamers have OpenGL 4.x core support. For now this means that right off the bat the open-source Mesa/Gallium3D drivers are off-limits for the time being.
The Metro 2033 Redux game was released yesterday to US gamers and while we've known a Linux port was in the works it looks like its release isn't too far off.
While last year developers on the Company of Heroes 2 game said a Linux port was unlikely, recent Steam activity indicates that a Linux port is likely in the works.
The ioquake3 open-source game engine derived from the id Tech 3 code-base is working to finally switch over to using SDL2 and ditching the old SDL 1.2 support.
The Leadwerks Game Engine has officially launched on Steam for Linux.
Robocraft, a game described as "Minecraft Meets World of Tanks", will soon be released on Steam for Linux.
There's another high-profile game that's looking to come to Linux.
Brian Fargo's Wasteland 2 game that's the successor to the original Wasteland from two decades ago now has an official release date...
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