REDSHOT metroidvania game works on Steam Deck but hoping to have a Linux build with Windows PC. Due to further details from developer Brian Lynch. Working to make its way onto Steam.
REDSHOT is a bullet-time Metroidvania where everything is deadly, but you are deadlier. You will have to make split second decisions to stay alive in the middle of fast and frantic combat. With a range of horrid monstrosities and murderous nomads.
According to recent details from the developer, Linux support is in the plan.
I am hoping to have a native Linux port done some time after release. But I’ve recently been testing it on the steam deck and it works totally fine.
According to the email, REDSHOT is being developer Gamemaker Studio 2.25. But we do have developer confirmation that the game works surprisingly well on the Steam Deck. Plus the next patch will have a few small optimizations. This is due to help it run better on the Steam Deck by default, without changing settings. You can also check out the Windows PC Demo on Itch via Wine.
REDSHOT Release Date Trailer
Crash landing on a fringe planet on the outer edges of the galaxy. This is where Jack “Goose” REDSHOT is given a mission to rescue the royal family of the city of Carcosa. Working to save them from a mysterious supernatural invader. Since he has laid siege to the city and its people. With over 200 rooms to explore and many weapons, items, and secrets to find. While fans of the genre will find a challenging but fair adventure to be had in REDSHOT.
- Explore a vast nonlinear world
- Choose your favorite weapons from a multitude of guns and items
- Use bullet time to outwit over 30 enemy types
- Discover new upgrades and recruit the denizens of Carcosa
- Fight over a dozen menacing bosses in REDSHOT
- Uncover secrets dotted all over the map to upgrade your abilities and equipment
- Befriend AI companions to help you fight your way through the map
- Replay to test your speed and achieve the highest post-game rating
REDSHOT metroidvania game is due to release on August 2nd, 2022. Making a debut on Windows PC, but still hoping for a Linux build via Steam. Which already works on the Steam Deck.