Cube2-Forked Red Eclipse 1.5 Sees Huge Update
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 22 March 2015 at 07:43 PM EDT. 4 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
Version 1.5 of the open-source, cross-platform Red Eclipse first person shooter was released this weekend. Red Eclipse, which in turn is based on the Cube Engien 2, has seen some significant updates with this being the first major update in about two years.

Red Eclipse 1.5 brings improvements to all areas of the game that have come about over the past two years for this open-source game. There's weapon balance improvements, UI enhancements, a new auto-updating game mechanism, support for giving AI orders, better physics and bounce sounds, other new sounds, a new weapon, map changes, and other in-game asset improvements/additions.


Those wishing to find out more about the Red Eclipse 1.5 open-source FPS game update can find all of the major changes listed via the GitHub.com release information. More information on this open-source shooter game based on Cube 2 can be found via RedEclipse.net.
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