0 A.D. Real -Time Strategy Game Sees First Release In Nearly Three Years

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 20 February 2021 at 11:46 AM EST. 22 Comments
When it comes to original, open-source computer games the 0 A.D. real-time strategy game is among the best. The game has been developed as open-source for more than a decade for this ancient warfare themed game. The prior 0 A.D. Alpha 23 release happened back in May 2018 while now it's finally been succeeded by 0 A.D. Alpha 24.

0 A.D. Alpha 24 is out today as the latest major release for this open-source RTS game. With this release are renderer improvements, a hotkey editor, balancing adjustments, lobby improvements, the in-game UI has been enhanced, new art models, and a number of other in-game improvements.

On the renderer front, 0 A.D. Alpha 24 now allows easily adjusting the FXX/MSAA level, contrast adaptive sharpening is now also available, and there have been OpenGL shader tweaks too.

Learn more about the big 0 A.D. Alpha 24 release over at play0ad.com.
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