So in preparation of the release date, publisher Kasedo Games, in partnership with Games Workshop. Announced that the tactical turn-based title is indeed coming to Linux and Mac.
Linux Soft Launch:
“Not LIVE yet, but will be coming this week.”
So this bit of detail comes as a pleasant surprise. Actually back in February, we did post news that the release will come later in 2018. But to be completely fair, I did expect support for the November launch for Mechanicus, alas. Now we have formal confirmation on Steam.
Further news about the plans are available on Steam as well. Also acknowledging the coming release this week, finally.
“We would like to launch the 2 versions as a soft launch.
What we mean is the build will become available before the Christmas holidays, but it will be an opt-in beta branch (located on the PTR). Once the holidays are over we will be launching these versions officially.”
Warhammer 40k: Mechanicus | Release Trailer (Windows, soon Linux and Mac)
So now, for the first time ever in a Warhammer video game. Warhammer 40k: Mechanicus puts you in control of an array of Adeptus Mechanicus forces.
Lead your priests and troops on a tactical quest. Salvage the ancient technologies from the mysterious catacombs of the Necron tomb world, Silva Tenebris.
As Magos Dominus Faustinius of Mars, your every decision will shape the missions ahead. With far reaching consequences for you and your team.
As well as the standard version of Mechanicus, Warhammer 40k fans are also able to purchase a special Omissiah Edition which includes:
- an atmospheric soundtrack featuring the highly acclaimed music of Mechanicus
- a stunning digital artbook containing an array of new and previously unseen concept illustrations and art from the development of the game
- the hard-hitting power of the Arc Scourge to enhance your close-quarters arsenal.