Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks combat racing game holds hope for a Linux port with Windows PC. Unlocking a wealth of additional insights, courtesy of in-depth disclosures by acclaimed developer Caged Element Inc. Due to being free to play on Steam.
Caged Element just announced the early build of Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks. If you into fast-paced racing and intense shooting action, then this game is for you. It takes place in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, where you get to play as Orks, and they are one tough creature. The best part is that it’s free to play, and you can try it out right now in an Alpha Playtest on Steam.
In Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks you’ll be driving vehicles and blasting your enemies with powerful weapons. The game features different classes of vehicles, such as damage, tank, and support wagons. Each class has unique abilities that suit different playstyles. So, whether you like causing chaos, being tough and defensive, or helping your team, there’s a vehicle for you.
Delve into the realm of Caged Element’s reply, brimming with tantalizing details on Linux support, as revealed in the email below.”
…our porting programmer is pretty fond of the platform I think, so there’s potential for it [Linux]. That said, it would need to work well with out current backend to be considered, and it wouldn’t be considered until full launch.
There’s a glimmer of hope on the horizon for all the Linux gamers out there. The exciting world of Warhammer 40,000: Speed Freeks might just make its way to your favorite open-source operating system. While we can’t confirm it just yet, there’s a talented programmer who has set their sights on bringing native gaming goodness to Linux.
Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks Announcement Trailer
Picture this: the alpha version of the game already runs like a charm on Linux through Proton. While leaving us with a sense of anticipation for an official native build when the full launch arrives. So the chance of racing through the chaotic and thrilling universe of Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks on your Linux setup might just become a reality.
There are multiple maps for you to explore, and each one is an impressive design. No two matches are ever the same, so you’ll always have new challenges to face. In the Alpha phase of the game, you’ll have access to a limited number of vehicles and levels. But don’t worry, it’s still tons of fun!
One of the game modes available during the Alpha phase is called combat racing conquest mode. It’s a thrilling race where you and your team need to capture points and fight for bigger scores. The goal is to reach the finish line first, but it won’t be easy. You’ll have to push your gas-guzzling vehicle to its limits while dealing with enemy attacks. It’s a high-speed battle to the death!
Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks is not just another vehicular combat game. It’s the ultimate cult of speed! With 16-player matches, you’ll be racing and fighting against real people from around the world. The game’s visuals are fantastic, thanks to the powerful Unreal Engine 5. It’s like stepping into the Warhammer 40,000 universe and living your wildest dreams. Plus the game also runs well on Linux via Proton, including controller support.
So join the Alpha playtest on Steam today. Get a taste of Warhammer 40000: Speed Freeks on Linux via Windows PC. Try it on Steam Deck.