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Outlast 2 – Red Barrels do not plan on porting

outlast 2 red barrels do not plan on porting to linux games

Outlast 2 recent update on porting the game to Linux, according to Red Barrels. Since eager Linux gamers are keen to not let the darkness take hold. While experiencing the twisted new journey into the depths of the human mind.

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.

Studios favor Epic’s Unreal development engine over Unity or CryEngine

New #tools are making it easier for anyone to build their own games, but the established technology is still a favorite for most #developers.

A number of the people who make games think #UnrealEngine4 is the best game-development engine on the market, according to Develop Online’s latest poll of industry insiders. This toolkit from Gears of War creator Epic Games is still in the early phase of its deployment. It is the followup to Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, which was extremely popular with big publishers like Electronic Arts throughout the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 generation. Now, with competition from the Unity engine — which is popular with smaller companies and indie studios — Epic is making more of an effort to appeal to indie studios with Unreal 4. That is potentially paying off.

Develop Online had more than 45 chief technology officers, indie developers, and other experts vote on their favorite game-making tech. Unreal Engine 4 finished No. 2 overall, Unity is No. 3, and CryEngine landed at No. 11. The tiny Raspberry Pi computer was the top technology with the people Develop Online spoke to.

Unreal Engine 4 is the tool that Epic Games is using to make its upcoming Linux, Mac, PC defense-building shooter Fortnite. That release is still in the works, and is not expected until later this year at the earliest. So far the only Unreal Engine 4 games on the market are Zombie Studios’ survival-horror game Daylight (Windows only) and a couple of mobile games on iOS and Android.

To attract more attention from indie studios, Epic changed its business model from Unreal 3 to 4. Instead of upfront fees, you can get access to all of the tools for a $19-per-month subscription. If you end up releasing a game, Epic will then take a 5 percent royalty on top of the subscription.

While Epic is a developer, it likely has made most of its money over the last few years selling licenses and earning royalties from its tech. Based on the result of this poll, Epic may continue to make a lot from Unreal Engine.

Of course, Epic can’t ignore Unity. This is Epic’s biggest competitor. Unity Technologies doesn’t collect any royalties. Instead, it charges for licenses to its Unity Pro tool, which typically costs around $1,500 or $75 per month. Many developers can even get Unity Pro for free if they work with publishers like Nintendo.

At No. 2 and No. 3, Epic and Unity are likely going to battle it out over the love and admiration of game developers. While that includes more and more indie studios every day, fewer big developers are turning to third-party tools. Electronic Arts has all of its companies working on two engines that it owns — one for sports and one for everything else. Bethesda, which owns Doom developer id, is also migrating its studios over to its proprietary tech. This means Epic and Unity need to offer more tools and support for indie developers rather than megacorporations.

Reblogged from: venturebeat.com

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Vehicles, blueprints and more will be added to Unreal Engine 4.2

Unreal Engine 4 will add vehicle support and camera animation

The next iteration of #EpicGames’ next-gen game engine, Unreal Engine 4, will add support for vehicles, a new #camera animation system and assets, technical writer Ian Shadden #announced via the game blog.

Update 4.2, due out soon, offers more in-depth editing options and blueprint functions. Users will be able to draw canvas UI straight to a texture, create vehicles with a template and debug animations with more commands, in addition to a large number of improvements and bug fixes. The full list is available on the Unreal Engine website.

In a livestream today, Epic discussed update 4.2, answered questions and announced meet-ups on May 22 in Sweden and May 25 in Portland. You can watch the stream on Twitch; check out the 25:09-minute mark for more on update 4.2.

In March, Epic Games announced that it would give Unreal Engine 4 users “access to everything” the engine has to offer for $19 a month and a 5 percent royalty fee on game sales. Earlier this month, the company also announced that it’s working on the next entry in the Unreal Tournament franchise, titled Unreal Tournament, for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.

Reblogged from: polygon.com

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Cyan considering a Linux port for Obduction

From the famous creators of Myst and Riven the newest Kickstarter project is Obduction. They went through #Kickstarter successfully last year. Now, thanks to Unreal Engine supporting Linux natively, Cyan is looking at a Linux release as a possibility for their new game.

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