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  • Gabe Newell Takes Another Stab at Windows in Vulkan 1.0 Announcement

    Along with the launch of the Vulkan 1.0 specifications by the Khronos Group, Valve's boss Gabe Newell made some comments in which he takes another jab at Windows and DirectX 12.

    It's no secret that Valve's founder and boss doesn't like the gaming monopoly of Microsoft and Windows. Ever since Microsoft announced its intentions of releasing games through the Windows Store, a few years back, Gabe has been working towards building some proper competition.

  • The Talos Principle Is the First Game Ready for Vulkan

    The Talos Principle amazing puzzle game from Croteam prides itself with being the first game that can showcase the new Vulkan 1.0 in action although many more are set to follow.

    In per the folks at Croteam's words, Vulkan is a portable low-level graphics API that is built to work across many GPU vendors and operating systems like Linux, Windows, and Android. This makes it better, in many ways, than the current APIs like DirectX and OpenGL.

  • GLFW, a platform-independent API for developers already supports Vulkan
  • Darkest Dungeon will be available on Linux in March

    Darkest Dungeon, a challenging gothic roguelike turn-based RPG that's very popular should arrive on Linux in March.

  • Mad Max shows more signs that it's coming to Linux & SteamOS

    Mad Max the open world survival game from Avalanche Studios looks even more likely to be coming to Linux. We shared with you at the start of February details that it might be coming to Linux, and now it looks quite likely.

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