Developed by Robotality (Halfway) and published by Chucklefish (Starbound, Wargroove), Pathway has released today with same-day Linux support.
For those who are itching to play an MMO on Linux but don't want to pay a subscription, Albion Online just opened up the flood gates.
Remember The Ultimate Nerd Game (TUNG)? Well, it's now called Logic World and it's getting a massively expanded release this Summer with full Linux support.
AMD are showing off a little here, with an update to the Radeon GPU Analyzer open source project and it sounds great.
Valve haven't given up on their home-grown Linux distribution yet, with SteamOS seeing another beta update. Additionally, there's another Steam Beta Client update about.
Google have now finally unveiled their new cloud gaming service named Stadia, offering instant access to play games in Google Chrome. It's built on Debian Linux, using the Vulkan API.
For those who have trouble keeping up with all the happenings, here's another bite-sized round-up of some interesting Linux gaming news recently.
We all want to get the best performance out of our Linux games and Feral Interactive's open source GameMode tool continues to help towards this.
Some fresh news about a wonderful open source game engine this morning, as OpenRCT2 for RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 has a new release out.
Valve is getting ahead of the game with GDC fast approaching, with two bits of Steam news coming in hot today and some of it is open source too.
One of the GZDoom developers, dpJudas, has been working diligently on the Vulkan renderer for GZDoom, the open source FPS game engine.
Developer Subsoap has teamed up with Puppy Games to publish Faerie Solitaire Harvest, which will be coming to Linux at release.
This is pretty fun! Game porter Ryan "Icculus" Gordon has announced that they've picked back up an older project called sdl12-compat, which provides SDL2 compatibility for older software stuck on SDL1.2.
The third episode of the weekly Linux gaming podcast, going over some recent interesting Linux gaming news. Available in video and audio-only forms!
Lord of Dwarves, a survival-kingdom building game developed by Stellar Sage Games on Linux has arrived on Steam in Early Access. Nice to see more games from Linux developers.
This is going to be awesome, 3D Realms along with KillPixel and 1C Entertainment have revealed WRATH: Aeon of Ruin their new retro-FPS. It's also releasing with Linux support and soon too.
Puppygames, a developer who has supported Linux for many years are now making their games free for Linux gamers and they've already started with Basingstoke.
News moves quickly, so here's a look at some interesting games that will release in 2019 and support Linux.
Ironhide Game Studio (Kingdom Rush) are working on a new real-time strategy game named Iron Marines and they've confirmed to us it's heading to Linux.
While Stardock haven't managed to get Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation onto Linux just yet, they did give another small update last month.