Curse of the Dead Gods action roguelike releases on Windows PC with some sad news for Linux. According to further details from developer Passtech Games. Which is pulling in Very Positive reviews via Steam and Humble Store.
After a successful Early Access on Steam. Curse of the Dead Gods, the indie action roguelite from Passtech Games and Focus Home Interactive is available. A year of Early Access brought a massive amount of new content. There are also a lot of additions thanks to the efforts of the fantastic community. Curse of the Dead Gods has many temples, traps, and enemies. Along with a final face off with the God of Death himself.
However, the release is only available for Windows PC. Reaching out to Passtech, there is bad news regarding Linux support.
…at the moment we do not have news for a native version on Linux. But the game is working fine on it nonetheless.
Sadly, Curse of the Dead Gods will not receive a native port for Linux. Even with our original post, where the success of the game would determine a native build, this doesn’t make a difference. Instead, the developers are opting for Proton support (Gold status). With all of the comments on Steam, this still seems to be the easy way out.
Curse of the Dead Gods – Launch Trailer
This release brings with it three new platforms to enjoy Curse of the Dead Gods on. All content from the Early Access plus the brand new content. This includes the final thrilling encounter and many more tweaks and additions. Players have ahead of them hours upon hours of adventuring and several game modes. There are also hundreds of combinations of items, relics, and curses.
For a limited time, the game is 10% off across all platforms. so now is the perfect point to jump in. To celebrate this release, the original soundtrack is also now available as a standalone or bundled with the game with an additional discount.
Curse of the Dead Gods is available on Windows PC. Plus there is a 10% discount, dropping the price down to $17.99 USD (regularly $19.99 USD) via Steam and Humble Store. Which is playable on Linux via Proton. And yes, itw worth it if you like a good action roguelike.