OpenMW 0.40 is now available as the well known open-source reimplementation of the Elderscrolls III: Morrowind game.
SuperTux v0.5 is now available as the newest version of this open-source Tux-themed game inspired by Super Mario Bros.
It's been one year since Frictional Games launched SOMA as their latest science fiction survival horror game. The game is supported on Windows, OS X, Linux, and PlayStation 4. This game saw close to half a million sales, but just over 1% of them were from Linux gamers.
Feral Interactive will be releasing three new Linux games next week.
Following the Unigine 2.3.1 engine update I was able to get confirmation from Unigine Corp they do have a new technology demo / benchmark coming out!
Unigine Engine developers have announced the latest version of their advanced multi-platform game engine and virtual reality system.
CryENGINE 5.3 had been planning to ship in mid-October with a number of new features -- including Vulkan support -- but now it's delayed at least one month.
This morning Feral announced Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as their latest high-profile game port to Linux and macOS. Under Windows is a Direct3D/X 12 renderer and Feral confirmed their macOS port will support the Metal Graphics API. But will the Linux port support Vulkan?
The "massive" new Linux game teased yesterday by porting house Feral Interactive is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
The Mac/Linux game porters at Feral Interactive are teasing that tomorrow they will be announcing a "massive" game.
The ioquake3 open-source game engine project that's built around the Quake III: Arena code-base is finally moving to its new renderer by default and abandoning the original 17-year-old renderer.
A game that many Linux gamers have been waiting months to see has finally been released on Steam for Linux: Rocket League.
A new version of the X-Plane desktop flight simulator, which is arguably the world's most advanced flight simulator, is now available. The Linux version remains in-step with the Windows and OS X builds.
Earlier this year we heard of a science fiction MMORPG game making use of Unigine 2 after switching from Unreal Engine 4. It's been a few months since hearing about this game, which is targeting Linux support, but now there's a slew of new information as they just launched a Kickstarter campaign.
In addition to the relative mouse mode for Wayland support landing within the SDL2 code-base, the ongoing work around audio capturing was also committed to mainline.
This week marked the release of the Xenko 1.8 game engine that brings a new multi-threaded engine with Vulkan support. There is also SSAO, cel shading, and other rendering improvements.
Epic Games announced the release this morning of Unreal Engine 4.13 as the newest version of their advanced game engine.
Unity today announced their 5.5 beta of the Unity Editor for Linux for game developers.
Today marked the release of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for Windows gamers and there's signs it might see a native Linux port.
Via multi-threading improvements to the game engine, Xenko is seeing a huge performance win with the Vulkan API.
Version 2.1 of the Godot Engine, a cross-platform 2D/3D game engine that was opened up back in 2014, is now available.
With a new script, it's possible to get Valve's Steam Linux game client running relatively well on FreeBSD.
The visually stunning and longtime Linux-friendly Unigine Engine is up to version 2.3 with a number of new features.
The latest work on RAD Game Tools' Oodle data compression with new compression codecs have it handily beating the open-source alternatives.
For those playing TORCS, The Open Racing Simulator, its performance for this driving game simulator should be slightly faster if using one of Mesa's Gallium3D drivers.
One week after Overlord was released for Linux (anc macOS), Virtual Programming has released Overlord II for Linux.
Unity 5.4 was released this morning as the latest version of this popular cross-platform game engine.
The latest Linux game port by Feral Interactive is the Life Is Strange title with all five episodes.
Just one day after Virtual Programming released a new teaser video for Overlord on Linux, the OSX/Linux game porting company announced their release date for the game that is coming to Linux and Mac, the better part of a decade after the Windows release.
Virtual Programming has been working on porting Overlord I and Overlord II to Linux and Mac. They have just released another teaser video, perhaps indicating the ports are almost ready to ship.
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