Unvanquished Alpha 24 Delivers Various Improvements

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 4 February 2014 at 12:05 AM EST. Add A Comment
The latest alpha release of the very promising, open-source Unvanquished first person shooter is now available.

Unvanquished Alpha 24 is the latest release that was made available this weekend as the monthly alpha release for February. Unvanquished Alpha 24 features a new map, a new telenode model, new file-system code that's quite invasive, various gameplay changes, improvements to the OpenGL 3 renderer in low-end hardware situations, various configuration changes, and other work that's accumulated over the past month.

Those interested in Unvanquished Alpha 24 can stop by Unvanquished.net for the latest details. Unvanquished can be benchmarked and will likely be updated on OpenBenchmarking.org against this latest alpha 24 upstream version in the days ahead.
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