Epic Games on Friday released the first public preview of the upcoming Unreal Engine 4.16.
It seems like it would have been done long ago, but upstream SDL2 now finally has out-of-the-box Steam Controller mappings for Linux and iOS.
OpenLara is an open-source effort to have a engine re-implementation of the classic Tomb Raider game.
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation is receiving a Vulkan port and will be released this summer.
Epic Games has announced their April update to their cross-platform, free-to-play Unreal Tournament game, v0.1.10.
Nekotekina, the developer working on a open-source PlayStation 3 emulator, is making progress on Linux support.
Work on Godot 3.0 as the next major update to this open-source, cross-platform 2D/3D game engine is advancing with an alpha now in sight.
Sam Lantinga updated SDL tonight with support for several more game controllers. The most notable perhaps is the Nintendo Switch Pro controller now being handled by mainline SDL, the library that's widely-used by a majority of Linux games.
With Xonotic 0.8.2 having been released this past weekend and was the first update to this open-source game in more than one year, I was curious to put it through its benchmark paces.
Croteam has done the full release of Serious Sam VR: The Second Encounter on Steam today, just days after SSVR: The First Encounter left early access.
Following last month's ioquake3 security issue, the project has been reassessing their state of security and could use some help on that front as well as other matters.
It looks like the recent Linux game releases of DiRT Rally, HITMAN, and Civilization VI along with the debut of SteamVR for Linux was enough for Linux gamers to fire up their Steam clients in March.
It's been more than one year since an update to Xonotic, the open-source first person shooter formerly from Nexuiz, but that changed today with the v0.8.2 release.
Croteam has done the full release of Serious Sam VR: The First Encounter, taking it out of early access.
For those enjoying the Total War games on Linux, Total War: WARHAMMER II was announced today and it looks like it will receive Linux support.
Unity 5.6 is now available as the last feature release for this cross-platform game engine in the Unity 5 series.
After entering public beta last November, X-Plane 11 is now officially available.
Feral Interactive has pushed a Vulkan renderer for their recent Mad Max Linux port into public beta.
Epic Games has rolled out their March update to the still-in-development Unreal Tournament game built atop Unreal Engine 4.
There's a new Linux-friendly game launching today that's powered by the demanding Unigine Game Engine.
If you are looking for a new Linux-native game title to pick up this weekend and are into WW2 FPS games, Day of Infamy is now available.
For those looking for a free software turn-based strategy game, the open-source Battle for Wesnoth project remains under development.
Similar to Valve offering their collection of games to Mesa developers (as well as Ubuntu/Debian developers), Feral Interactive is now offering their Linux game collection for free to Mesa developers.
Thanks to the work of community UE4 developer Yaakuro, Unreal Engine 4 on Linux with SteamVR support is advancing and can now be used with Vulkan rendering.
Serious Sam Fusion 2017 has rolled out into public beta for Steam Linux gamers.
Star Citizen, the much-anticipated space simulator video game that is the most-funded crowdfunding project ever with more than 39 million dollars pledged, is planning to go Vulkan-only.
It looks like a public beta may be available soon of Serious Fusion 2017 for Serious Sam HD.
As reported earlier, Keith Packard is Valve's latest driver developer hire for bettering the Linux display stack for gaming, and in particular, VR. Keith has now shared a few comments on his new endeavor.
The open-source Godot game engine continues working towards their 3.0 major release.
All of those running ioquake3-powered games are encouraged to update their engine installation as soon as possible.
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