Metro: Last Light Horror FPS Game Is Out For Linux
Phoronix: Metro: Last Light Horror FPS Game Is Out For Linux
Metro: Last Light, a first-person shooter horror video game of AAA quality, is now out for Linux. This post-apocalyptic game can be found on Steam for Linux...
Whoa! What brought this about? It wasn't exactly expected.
EDIT: The store page still shows it as Windows-only.
Last edited by Plombo; 08-12-2013 at 12:54 PM.
I still haven't beat the first one, but love that I'll be able to play the second one on Linux!
It's most likely still in beta form so only if you own the game will the Linux client will be available in your library.
Originally Posted by Plombo
Looks to be a mistake, steamdb lists no Linux launch config but it does show a mac launch config but no mac OS support so I have a feeling a dev just checked the wrong box.
Once again a case of Michael not bothering to actually look into the information he publishes as "fact."
The oslist shows windows and tux to me on the steamdb page...?
Originally Posted by Jonimus
It's NOT out yet, Mike didn't even check
It is not out yet, once again I am sorry to say Mike hasn't even taken a look at it. Nor has he shown any info for you.
Here is the proper information: http://www.gamingonlinux.com/article...-to-linux.2265
There is no content yet for Linux, SteamDB got a listing update that is all for now.
Last edited by liamdawe; 08-12-2013 at 01:43 PM.
Where is it?
shut up and take my moneyz!
Originally Posted by phoronix
I really hope this is true. I already played Metro 2033 on Windows and felt unsure to buy this one too, but once this game is released for Linux on Steam (for real) I don't have any doubts anymore.
I was the one that "submitted" this...
I didn't say "oh look metro last light is here!!!!11", I just said its appeared in my steam list and I was suprised since I hadnt heard that it was coming and did he know anything about it or confirm it.
Be nice if there is a Linux version (more then nice, I'd get all the cheevos on there if it does), but a linux version before mac version is pretty rare I'd say.