Xenko 1.8 Engine Released With Multi-Threading, Vulkan
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 2 September 2016 at 09:21 AM EDT. Add A Comment
LINUX GAMING --
This week marked the release of the Xenko 1.8 game engine that brings a new multi-threaded engine with Vulkan support. There is also SSAO, cel shading, and other rendering improvements.

Xenko saw a huge performance boost with multi-threading and Vulkan as covered last month on Phoronix. Xenko is cross-platform and has provided native Linux support since their v1.7 release.

For game developers making use of Xenko, there is also a new UI editor and more. Those interested can learn more about Xenko 1.8 via the release announcement.

Xenko is dual-licensed and its source code can be obtained via GitHub, but note that it makes use of .NET 4.6 and C#6.
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