Tesla Force: United Scientists Army is coming to Windows PC, but may not include native Linux support. According to developer and publisher 10tons Ltd. Coming to Steam in 2020.
Tesla Force: The United Scientists Army is a rogue-lite Lovecraftian top down shooter. While you might expect almost endless gameplay. All game levels and the world are randomly generated. So they are going to be different each run. The game will be out in 2020 on Windows PC. Including “other platforms”. But that may or may not include Linux according to 10tons.
Native Linux Support:
Linux port is very possible, but not 100% certain just yet. We’ll post more details on that later.
There is a Steam Discussions thread already asking for native Linux support. But as you can see above, this is not 100% certain yet.
Tesla Force is development uses 10tons Ltd. proprietary game engine. Therefore the release has a primary focus on Windows PC’s. 10tons are also hinting at other platforms. Stating in a press release that, “details on other platforms will be announced at a later date.” There is certainly hope for positive news gong forward.
Tesla Force Announcement Teaser
“Tesla Force is the next evolution in our top-down shooter line-up. This time you will be waging an endless war against ever more horrifying cosmic abominations.”, game lead developer Olli Alatalo comments.
“After launching the award-winning Tesla vs Lovecraft (Finnish Game Awards Big Screen Game of the Year!). Players said they’d love to play with more characters and have an endless mode. We’re now creating exactly that. The levels and the world are created procedurally so each play session will be different. Tesla Force has been partly taking insight from games like Slay the Spire. So expect something like that with a state of the art top-down shooter.”, Olli continues.
- Play as Tesla, Curie, Lovecraft or Shelley!
Tesla Force: The United Scientists Army is coming to Windows PC. Due to release in February 2020 priced at $16.99 USD. While Linux is not part of the available platforms. It’s still an option.