The Linux 4.7 kernel is going to include out-of-the-box support for Microsoft's Xbox One Elite Controller.
Feral Interactive has made the Linux port of the F1 2015 Formula One racing game available now via the Steam Store and their own Feral Store.
Earlier this month we learned of a new game coming that's powered by Unigine after first the developers were looking to make use of Unreal Engine 4. We've already confirmed there will be a Linux port of this Unigine-powered MMORPG and this week the developers published the first screenshots.
Not only is Feral expected to launch today F1 2015 for Linux but they've also put out a hefty update to Tomb Raider.
The Linux and OS X builds of Valve's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are finally 64-bit!
Feral Interactive just announced via Twitter that F1 2015 will be released for Linux this week.
It looks like in the past few days Crytek has made their CryENGINE game engine available via GitHub,
There is OpenMW as a re-implementation of Morrowind, OpenRA as a re-implementation of Command and Conquer, and many other open-source game projects out there seeking to be free engine re-implementation of popular classic games. The latest of these projects is OpenRW, a re-implementation of Grand Theft Auto III.
It has taken longer than anticipated, but it looks like Valve will be releasing Dota 2 with Vulkan API renderer support within the next week.
As anticipated, Frozenbyte released their newest game today, Shadwen, and there's day-one Linux support.
For fans of Sid Meier, Civilization VI was announced today and there's already confirmation of Linux support.
A Unity developer leading the Engineering Tools team at Unity Technologies has been working on porting the game engine to SDL in order to make it portable to Mir and Wayland.
For those into simulation/strategy games, Paradox released Stellaris today with same-day Linux support.
Frozenbyte's latest title, Shadwen, will be launching in just under two weeks with Linux support.
Unigine 2 has looked like a real beauty at least from screenshots, but sadly there hasn't been any tech demo / benchmark releases off it yet nor any major games to talk about using this updated engine. Fortunately, that's now changing.
It's been a while since last hearing anything about the DragonBox Pyra as an open-source gaming handheld system and successor to OpenPandora, but that changed this weekend with the launch of pre-orders for this Linux-powered device.
As a quick follow-up to this morning's news about Tomb Raider coming for Linux today, the game is now officially available.
Epic Games today announced the first preview release for the upcoming Unreal Engine 4.12.
While checking on various Linux game benchmarks this morning, I noticed Warsow 2.1 was quietly released at the end of March without much attention. Warsow continues to be a multi-platform, GPL-licensed first-person shooter game powered by the Qfusion engine, a very distant derivative of the Quake II engine.
Feral Interactive has let the cat out of the bag: Tomb Raider is shipping for Linux today!
Yesterday Feral Interactive published the Linux system requirements for Tomb Raider. They mentioned Mesa 11.2 support on the AMD side, but the graphics card's minimum requirement is very different from what's actually the minimum requirement.
With prepping for the imminent release of Tomb Raider for Linux, Feral Interactive today published the Linux system requirements for this popular game.
OpenMW 0.39 is now available as the latest version of this open-source Elderscrolls III: Morrowind reimplementation.
Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: The Third have been officially released today for Linux and SteamOS.
Croteam has published a new public beta this morning of The Talos Principle that improves the game's Vulkan API support.
Last month Croteam open-sourced the Serious Engine 1 with the original support for Windows. Now though Serious Engine 1 with its open-source code-base is running along on Linux and OS X.
The 0 A.D. real-time strategy game is out with its 20th alpha release codenamed "Timosthenes" and is a rather hefty update.
Epic Games is ending out the month by releasing the newest version of UE4, Unreal Engine 4.11.
Each month we look at the estimated Linux gaming marketshare based upon Valve's Steam Survey. Generally the reported Linux market-share on Steam is hovering around 1%, which a number of Linux enthusiasts claim is inaccurate and under-represented. Well, Unity's survey information is much the same and pegs the percentage of Linux users running games based upon Unity as much lower than 1%.
The game that Feral Interactive has been teasing about on Twitter in recent weeks turns out to be the game many were looking forward to, Tomb Raider 2013.
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