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112 Operator emergency strategy will use Proton

112 operator emergency strategy will use proton for linux with windows pc

112 Operator is an upcoming emergency services strategy game for Windows PC, but will use Proton on Linux. According to a collaborative reply from developer Jutsu and publisher Game Operators. Due to release April 23rd on Steam.

112 Operator is a real time strategy game. Where playeres you manage emergency units. And also receive calls from people in different situations. Usually requiring urgent intervention. So you have to remember to react accordingly. Since you will be dealing with both people in need and pranksters. Not every case will require an ambulance. And maybe sometimes a simple instruction can save someone’s life. Deal with problems caused by humans. As well as those resulting from the weather, traffic situation, or current season. Help the city survive cataclysms and natural disasters. Save as many lives as possible in 112 Operator.

Discussing Linux support comes from two sources. Both developer, Jutsu games. And then publisher Games Operators.

Linux Support:

Jutsu Games
The game is being built on the Unity engine. But I’m afraid it is not being built for Linux

Games Operators
I talked to our lead programmer and game will be available to play via Proton.

Clearly, 112 Operator native support is not happening. But since Unity 3D is being used for development. I can see why the publisher agrees to Proton support for Linux. The studios’ previous title, 911 Operator launched on Linux. And then dropped support, due to a game support issue. Couple that with the small market share for Linux and rising support costs. Proton became the easy fix for the emergency strategy game.

  • Increased danger level
    Help others on a scale 25 times larger than in 911 Operator. And work on completely different layers in 112 Operator. Keep order in a single neighborhood. Or organize several operators in the world’s major metropolises. Use 3D visualizations and choose from more than 100,000 areas. Such as districts or municipalities. And tens of thousands of real cities around the world.
  • To all units: a storm is coming…
    Face the dynamically changing weather, generated from authentic, historical data. Watch the incidents change from day to night. Also as traffic increases and seasons pass. Watch out for extreme conditions that can lead to casualties and natural disasters. Put out big fires, catch criminals associated with terrorist attacks. And also gangs involved in conflict.

112 Operator Data Reveal EN

  • 112, what’s your emergency?
    Take calls from people in various situations, needing emergency services’ help. Since you never know who is on the other end of the line. You might also hear a crazy murder story. Have to instruct someone on performing CPR. Or mind your temper while dealing with an annoying prankster. Answer over 60 new calls in 112 Operator. Each with voice overs.
  • It’s my job, ma’am…
    Choose a European city in the entirely new Career mode. Find out if you have what it takes to climb to the very top of the 112 Operator career ladder. Follow the commands of your supervisors. Since you will see your actions affecting people who need your help. Sometimes your mistakes will only result in an email scrutiny. But sometimes you’ll be left with a mark on your life and career. Play the campaign in one of the available real world cities. Or play by your own rules in Free Game mode.
  • We need backup!
    Command the best specialists using technologically advanced equipment and vehicles. Decide what to use. A SWAT team, Search and Rescue helicopter. or maybe riot gear? You will certainly need new units. Then supply them with dogs or robots to disarm bombs. For lighter tasks, you can also travel by bike or police horse.

112 Operator emergency strategy is still in development. But a Steam release date is also due April 23rd on Windows PC. But will have Proton support for Linux.

More information about the game can be found on the game’s Steam page. As well as the publisher’s Facebook and Twitter profiles.

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