Summary: Linux fueled mayhem & madness with a side of news, reviews, and whatever the Hell-Elks™ we come up with
Proton powered Gamehub, Ballistic Bloodlust, zombie SMACH Z and Open Jam 2018 on this week's LinuxGameCast Weekly.
Proton learns new tricks! The Culling returns in free-to-play form, NVIDIA speeds up Vulkan and Blizzard bans Linux players... again.
We ask the developer of Lutris about WINE, Proton, and grilled cheese! Arcade fighter Fantasy Strike comes to Linux, CRAZY JUSTICE gets a Vulkan render and Steam attempts to remember your age.
Steam Play invades the stable client! Hand of Fate 2 picks a fight, WINE 3.15 gets raw, and I Hate Running Backwards gains a new perspective.
Steam opens the Windows! Humble gets a little Spooky, NVIDIA plays with light and GOG propositions DRM.
Steam gets ready to WINE! Crazy Justice heads to Early Access, DXVK adds support for Direct3D 10 and Valve launches Steam.tv.
Discord gets Steamy, Rocket League bans naughty words, Xenko goes open source and Forsaken travels to Vulkan. Then Turok 2 faces, the CHAIRQASITION! All this, plus your hate mail!
Valve’s Artifact gets a release date, Rocket League enables graphs, Feral teases Total War: WARHAMMER II and Battle Royale finally comes to Linux.
Rust drops support for Linux, Linus (not that one) plays a game, Steam really wants to Discord and Pyra prepares for mass production.
Steam brings down the VAC Hammer, more Hollow Knight DLC is on the way, NVidia releases some drivers and do you believe in life after NES?
Steam times out, Turok 2 enters beta, Unity powered Mafia and asset flips are a good thing? Then Desperados faces the CHAIRQASITION!
Stonehearth cancels their Linux port, Steamy data leaks, Minecraft Pocket launchers and $1,400 Smurfs. Then I Hate Running Backwards faces the CHAIRQASITION! All this, plus your hate mail.
The Paradox PDX Launcher comes to Linux, Valve replaces Steam Spy with “something better”, NVIDIA goes full-metal NDA and 2D Vulkan? All this, plus your hate mail!
Valve is eyeing your bones! Basemark brings the bench, Dead Cells comes to Linux, and how much money have you given the Steam machine?
War Thunder takes the Vulkan challenge! Steam brings us group chats, minimal GOG Galaxy daemons and open source Need for Speed 3 goodness. All this, plus your hate mail!