Kursk is closer to a Linux release. Since the games now available on Mac. Thanks to the Jujubee‘s, coming three months after the Windows release. This is one step closer to Linux.
Polish developer Jujubee S.A. release their documentary-adventure game. Kursk is now available on Mac. Which means Linux support is coming next. Which is good news. Since the last big update focuses on the games performance. Coming as a big improvement to meet the minimum requirements of the game.
At the players’ requests, the developers also added an automatic graphics detection. So this helps your system decide what settings are the best for optimal performance. And also for the player to fully enjoy the experience. The community can expect a couple of more updates incoming in the very near future.
KURSK Official Gameplay Trailer (Windows, Mac, soon Linux)
The release on the new platform will enable more users to get into Kursk. Experiencing the catastrophe that shook the world. The developers seem to be constantly updating the game. There a lot of community feedback since the games release. I just hope the Linux release is just as good, if not better.
Kursk is the first ever adventure and documentary video game. Which is also taking it’s influence from real events.
Since you take on the role of a spy who finds way on the Russian nuclear submarine. Hence K-141, otherwise known as Kursk. Your task is to collect secret information about the torpedos.
While trying to complete your mission. You also become witness to the dramatic events. Those that shook the world at that time.
In the upcoming days the game will receive another patch. This will also add important new gameplay mechanics. Helping to improve the game’s optimization level.
Kursk is available for purchase for $19.99 USD. Both on Steam and on Humble Store. Since the Mac release is live. Here’s hoping for good things for Linux users. But we still do not have a launch date yet. So stay tuned.