Underworld Ascendant: Finally Released for Linux

Underworld Ascendant has finally arrived natively on Linux and Mac, as promised by OtherSide Entertainment upon the arrival of the Microsoft Windows release. The new port is now available to purchase from the ValveSteam construction and also in Humble Store. The dungeon RPG video game costs € 29,99, but surely there is an offer of those that usually do in these online video game stores.

For that amount you will have a video game that has garnered good reviews from a sector of gamers. Mix dungeons, with fantasy in a role-playing video game that allows you to interact with the entire digital world. The character will be able to fight and use numerous magical abilities. Also, after the last year some things have been fixed since the Windows release and some patches have been included in the Linux port.

Another title that adds to the thousands that are already available for Linux natively. Who was going to say 10 years ago? Recently we only had a handful of simple video games and now there are thousands of titles and triple A. The Linux video game boom has been quite a surprise. And it is still in progress of improvement. In fact, you should know that Valve is proposing to make changes to the Linux kernel and some libraries like glibc to improve the platform and make it more friendly for video games.

And the positive news about gaming on GNU / Linux they do not stop. Now we have also learned that Proton (based on Wine) from Valve's Steam Play client, has already surpassed 6000 native Windows video games that can be run from Linux. Specifically, there are 6023 of the 9134 requested, according to ProtonDB statistics. So to those thousands of natives now a large number of new titles are added that were already available for Windows and it was not planned to port them for Linux, but that can still be run thanks to Proton.

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