Unvanquished Alpha 46 Delivers A New Flamethrower
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 11 December 2015 at 08:59 AM EST. Add A Comment
LINUX GAMING --
Unvanquished Alpha 46 was released this past weekend as the open-source game project's 2015 holiday release.

This monthly alpha release to the Unvanquished game powered by the Daemon engine, which is now a distant relative of the id Tech 3 engine, comes with a fair amount of changes.

Unvanquished Alpha 46 features a new flamethrower model, more engine infrastructure changes, a number of "annoying" bugs have been fixed, and they have rolled out a new updater. The project is now using a new, cross-platform Qt-based updater for keeping their gamers updated with the latest monthly builds.

More details on Unvanquished Alpha 46 can be found via Unvanquished.net. Back in 2012 they were talking about Unvanquished reaching a beta in 2015, but now it looks like that has been pushed off until at least 2016 given all their ongoing engine work and changes.
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