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Civilization V Is Now Available For Linux, SteamOS

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  • #11
    Great news...

    The day when I get rid of windows from my home PC is coming....

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    • #12
      any info on the ogl version?

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      • #13
        Can't wait to give it a play later today. Hopefully won't be a letdown like witcher 2.

        I can't wait for steam inhome streaming to work for linux hosts.

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        • #14
          The price is %75 off. All dlc's are 15$ right now on steam. So go get it boys! (and girls).

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          • #15
            Steam people folks told it runs fine. Port is native and fine.

            Originally posted by glxextxexlg View Post
            (and girls).
            What? Where?

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            • #16
              Just tested on Debian Jessie with RadeonSi Driver (7850 1GB):
              runs smoothly, but probably because of the driver, I have some glitches (mainly on the halo around the selected unit).
              and the textures are as nice as they are under DirectX11...
              so I'm waiting for mesa 10.2 on Jessie

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              • #17
                Originally posted by jery View Post
                Just tested on Debian Jessie with RadeonSi Driver (7850 1GB):
                runs smoothly, but probably because of the driver, I have some glitches (mainly on the halo around the selected unit).
                and the textures are as nice as they are under DirectX11...
                so I'm waiting for mesa 10.2 on Jessie
                Nowadays Mesa builds quite straightforwardly on Jessie

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                • #18
                  Too bad I'm not a fan of turn based games, but any AAA game coming to Linux is good news.

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                  • #19
                    Runs smoothly on OS radeon driver with hd4850. It seems like you can get DLC and addons by clicking Verify integrity of game cache in game properties->local files. First time I clicked and it downloaded aditional 660MB and I got all my DLCs available for vanilla Civilization V. After second verification now it started to dowload 2.1GB, I assume it's addon.

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                    • #20
                      good amount of graphics bugs using mesa 10.2 on radeon

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