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    Default Metro Last Light Now Available For Steam On Linux

    Phoronix: Metro Last Night Now Available For Steam On Linux

    We knew it was coming and today it finally is publicly available... Metro: Last Light is available for Linux gamers via Valve's Steam client...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTUwMzk

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    WOO!

    Downloading now

    We have an AAA game friends

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    Would like to know what the quality of the port is. Will buy it now. Can someone compare the game to the Windows version? (graphics quality)

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    Or should I wait until the GTX860 releases

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    One word:

    BENCHMARKS.


    I NEED to see benchmarks of this. Benchmarks with everything there is - the official NVIDIA driver, Nouveau, Catalyst, radeon, Intel, ... everything. I can't wait to see how the drivers deal with such a game.

    I guess it'll be really hard to perform these benchmarks though ...

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    woah. yyyyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwww boooom! That's a bombshell right there.

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    That would really be a worth benchmark. Not those 13 years old Quake Engine games.

    I guess this will be the first time I can't max out a game on Linux with my GTX 580 OC, especially now that I have a 1440p monitor.

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    Michael: s/Night/Light/ in the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisf View Post
    Michael: s/Night/Light/ in the title.
    Woah!

    *NOW* we have a legitimate reason for Mesa to do OpenGL 4.x

    Anyone know what the official requirements are? Would GL 4.0 suffice or do they use all bells and whistles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackout23 View Post
    That would really be a worth benchmark. Not those 13 years old Quake Engine games.

    I guess this will be the first time I can't max out a game on Linux with my GTX 580 OC, especially now that I have a 1440p monitor.
    I don't know about the use of Metro for benchmark purposes. Can PTS use proprietary games as benchmarks? A 1440p display is nice. I just got a second monitor for a dual setup and will most likely change once 4k rolls-out strong and prices come down. So another 2-3 years I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisf View Post
    Michael: s/Night/Light/ in the title.
    Rofl. That would be interesting for a prequel. Metro: Last Friday Night starring Rebecca Black.

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