Virtual Programming Continues Working On Overlord For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 19 July 2016 at 08:39 AM EDT. 6 Comments
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Virtual Programming has been working on porting Overlord I and Overlord II to Linux and Mac. They have just released another teaser video, perhaps indicating the ports are almost ready to ship.

Overlord is an action role-playing game first released back in 2007 and its Overlord: Raising Hell expansion having been releasedi n 2008. To date the game has just been supported on Windows and the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 while Virtual Programming LTD is bringing the game to Linux and Mac OS X.

Overlord II was released in 2009 as the sequel to the game franchise.

VPLTD.com shows both games as still being in an "alpha" state but they have released a new teaser video this morning. Check it out if you're interested in action RPGs and aren't already familiar with the Overlord series.

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