ET:Legacy 2.74 Released With Better Unicode Support, Lua 5.3

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 22 August 2015 at 09:02 AM EDT. Add A Comment
If you're a Linux gamer, this weekend you can fire up the new version of ET:Legacy to reminisce over Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory.

Last month we reported on a ET:Legacy update being near and on Friday that release finally happened. ET:Legacy retains compatibility with the existing Wolfenstein Enemy Territory clients/servers while now adding in optimized LAN player detection, better unicode support, console smooth scrolling, Lua 5.3 and library updates, fixes, and a range of other adjustments and optimizations.

ET:Legacy is not available only for Linux gamers but also on OS X and Windows too. More details on this eight-month update to the open-source Enemy Territory can be found via
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