Space Mercs from Bearded Giant Games (the developer with the "Linux First Initiative") has some fresh footage out to show off a bunch of new features for their space shooter.
Since there was actually more from E3 2019 for Linux than I expected, here's a little round-up of things so you don't get lost in a sea of articles.
Today I had the pleasure of briefly speaking to David Brevik (Blizzard North, Diablo) from Graybeard Games about It Lurks Below and they confirmed Linux support.
Jori Ryan of CreatorCrateGames emailed about their roguelike 2D platformer CreatorCrate. It's being developed on Linux (primarily on Manjaro) and so they're aiming for same-day Linux support with it.
Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York has been announced and it will have full Linux support.
For the fifteenth week running, here's your bite-sized round-up podcast of a few interesting bits of Linux gaming news from the past week.
A look at how well Steam Play is doing for Linux gaming compatibility, thanks to a data dump from ProtonDB.
Zombie Panic! Source, the free cooperative survival-horror first-person-shooter has another beta out for the big 3.1 revamp that brings in Linux support.
Love building up a city and watching it all come to life? Good news for you then, as The Colonists has now been released for Linux.
After releasing Unity 2019.1 back in April, it was mentioned that the Unity Editor for Linux was moving on from experimental status and now it's very much official.
Funselektor Labs, the developer of Absolute Drift has announced their latest game, art of rally. It might look stylish but it's not just a pretty face, as the developer is also focused on how the cars handle too.
Valve put out a brand new Steam Client Beta yesterday and it sounds like a pretty good one, with Linux issues getting some more attention.
New World Interactive held a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) earlier this week for Insurgency: Sandstorm and naturally there was a question about the upcoming Linux version which they answered.
We’re closing in on the midway point of 2019 so let’s slow down for a moment, take a step back and look at some of the top games released with Linux support so far this year.
Here's a bit of interesting news to end the week with, BattlEye have said they are working with Valve to get their anti-cheat working with Steam Play/Proton.
Nova Drift takes a classic arcade-like space shooter, adds in touch of action-RPG elements with upgrades along with a sprinkle of random generation to make something that looks damn fun!
As an update to my previous article talking about Easy Anti-Cheat, as it turns out they're not stopping Linux support for it at all. Previously we got word from Garry Newman of Facepunch Studios, who said "EAC are pausing their Linux support" but as it turns out that's not right.
Lost in Sky: Violent Seed is one I've been following for a while and it's really looking good now, it's also on track to release soon with Linux support.
Recently, I wrote an article pointing out that the voxel-based first person shooter Sector's Edge might come to Linux, well it's now confirmed.
With thanks to Team17 sending over a copy, I checked out the chaotic cooking game Overcooked! 2 that's available with Linux support. Coming in totally fresh, since I had never played the original.