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Deluded Mind to “ship native support coming

deluded mind adventure horror to ship linux support in games

Deluded Mind developer Pyxton Studios will likely support Linux for the psychological adventure horror. We reached out for details and the reply is surprising.

So after more than two years of development. Pyxton Studios has set a date that will delight horror fans, June 15th, 2018. Since the games set to release on Windows via Steam. Unreal Engine 4, if you are wondering how Linux support is possible.

Linux support:

“Deluded Mind is being developed using the Unreal Engine 4. A Linux Build was not planned but I’m sure we’ll also ship for Linux.”

So the games release is not that far off. But this seems to be enough time for a Linux release. Since most UE4 games tend to issue native support later. Therefore, we will be keeping an eye on development.

Deluded Mind | Official Trailer (Windows, and likely Linux)

The story takes place around the player taking on the role of FBI agent Dean Catrall. Since his daughter is murdered by a criminal organization. Despite this tragic loss, Catrall continues to work. And is incapacitated and kidnapped during an operation.
He wakes up in a mental institution named Hillstone Asylum. Where he finds out that his FBI partner Robert Page is also in the institution. When Catrall realizes that he has been given a potent hallucinogen. The search for his partner turns into a nightmare. Reality and fantasy merge into one, as Catrall can’t believe his eyes nor his ears anymore.

The breathtaking and vivid graphics. Along with the top-notch sound effects. All while captivate the player and promise an unforgettable horror experience in the first person perspective.

If you’re brave enough to play Deluded Mind, you can access the game on Steam from June 15, 2018, at 7 pm. The Steam page is already open to the public and check out the official website for further details.