Pathologic 2 the dramatic thriller has a support update for Linux, since the games on Windows PC already. Since Ice-Pick Lodge released the game on Steam. Which also has some 88% Very Positive reviews. Also available on GOG and Humble Store.
Pathologic 2 a narrative driven dramatic thriller. While you fight a deadly outbreak in a isolate rural town.
The town is dying. So you face the realities of a collapsing society. While you make difficult choices. And doing so in seemingly lose lose situations. The plague isn’t just a disease. So you can’t save everyone.
Linux Support Update:
“We’re looking into it currently. Stay tuned.”
So we have some good news for Pathologic 2. Not much to be honest. But the developers are at least looking into it. I’ve also being writing tinyBuild about the port. Alas no reply. Therefore it’s a pleasure to see a public post on Steam.
Pathologic 2 – Launch Trailer (Windows PC, no Linux yet)
- 12 days in an odd town ravaged by a deadly disease.
- Time is of the essence: if you don’t manage it carefully. It’ll simply run out. You’ll have to choose how to spend the priceless minutes you have.
- Survival thriller of Pathologic 2. You’ll have to manage your bodily functions. Offsetting hunger, thirst, exhaustion, and so on. It doesn’t boil down to scavenging resources. Surviving on your own is hard; you’ll have to win over allies.
- An uphill battle. Managing your bodily parameters may seem bearable at first. And as time goes by, it becomes harder and harder. Your own body is only waiting for an opportunity to give up and betray you. Things are changing from bad to worse and the odds are stacked against you.
- A duel with an enemy you can’t kill. Your main foe in Pathologic 2 is the plague itself. An incorporeal and hateful entity that you have to defeat. Without having the means to. It’s more powerful and more treacherous than you can imagine.
- Loot, murder, mug, steal, barter, beg… or don’t. You need resources to survive, and it’s up to you how to obtain them.
- The fights are short, ungraceful, and vicious. They’re not always lethal though. Many people—yourself included—would prefer to exchange their wallet for their life.