PLANET ALPHA no plans for native support

planet alpha no plans for linux support

PLANET ALPHA a beautiful alien world filled with mystery and danger but no Linux support. We reached out to Team17 early this month via email. Ideally looking to ensure native support for PLANET ALPHA platformer coming in Q3 2018.

Linux Support:

“The game is created in the Unreal Engine 4. At this moment we’re just planning for release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.”

So here’s what happened. We emailed publisher Team17 about Linux support back on June 9th. Since they are quite good at keeping developers up to speed on platform support. And I was hoping to see more of a positive feedback.

Well that’s clearly not the case. Not only that but the developer also commented via Steam. Stating, “there are currently no plans to bring it to Linux or Mac, sorry about that!”

So that’s that, for now. I’m sure there is indeed a commitment to how success the release will be. Therefore they are no plans for Linux suppport now. But, if you feel like sharing that Tux Love, hit the link above and do so.

PLANET ALPHA is the development work of Denmark based independent developer, Adrian Lazar of Planet Alpha ApS game studio. They have a rather snappy trailer you might want to check out. Since this presents the forthcoming mysterious, beautiful platform adventure game PLANET ALPHA.

The newly released trailer takes a look at the atmospheric and enigmatic alien word you’ll explore as well as showcasing some of the strange, creative and intriguing puzzle elements of the game. The puzzle elements marry together with engaging fast paced side-scrolling platforming sections. So things like stealth mechanics and environment manipulation. All set within a unique and beautiful art style to create an unforgettable experience.

PLANET ALPHA – Unlocking The Mysteries Trailer (Windows, no Linux)

You awake on a strange alien world that is home to many mysterious, exotic flora and fauna. As you explore the world around you, you’ll uncover the ability to rotate and control the planet. Is this world really as tranquil and serene as it first appears and what more will you discover?

Development on PLANET ALPHA initially took life in 2013 with Adrian Lazar working on the game solo in his spare time. In 2015 Lazar left his job at IO. Since working on Hitman (2017), Hitman: Absolution and Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days. Now focusing on the game full time and recruited a small international team to support development.

PLANET ALPHA is heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch™ and Windows in Q3 2018.

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