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Star Conflict Is Soon Landing On Linux

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Published on 01 April 2014 10:26 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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The 2013 Star Conflict game will soon be appearing on Steam for Linux.

Star Conflict, the massively-multiplayer space simulation game that's a bit reminisce of the Egosoft X series, is coming to Linux. Star Conflict was released for Windows and OS X last year while now this game developed by Star Gem is setting out for Linux. Those hearing about Star Conflict for the first time can learn more on its SteamPowered.com page or the game video that's embedded below.

A Star Conflict developer posted a few days ago in this SteamCommunity.com thread about the Linux game port, "Steam is preparing all the dependencies and stuff (sorry, i'm not much of a linux user for this to be explained better). As soon as we have greenlight from Steam, we will make an announcement! Please, be patient. We want you guys to play SC no less then you want to try it out!"


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