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Serious Sam 2 Update

November 19th, 2005 by Crusader

A reader pointed out this forum post by 2K Games’ 2K Sam concerning the Linux port of Serious Sam 2:

Linux client, deathmatch and the editor. Hooboy. Ok. Yes, they are in the works. No, I dont know when they will be available. I’m supposed to find out in the next couple of weeks. When I do, we’ll probably announce the details through the usual PR channels, but I’m going to push to let you guys know first. No promises on that one. I have people that need to approve what I do too.

Serious Sam 2 (screenshots) is a FPS developed by Croteam; there was a beta client created for the previous game in the series.

5 Responses to “Serious Sam 2 Update”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Despite some of the negetive review on SS2 it a pretty fun game Coop, Nice to be able to play it natively in Linux as well!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    That would be nice, i’ve played a long time ago coop with sstfe, there aren’t much linux servers……….

  3. Anonymous Says:

    The game is excellent. Beign able to play it under Linux will make it the best linux game ever. ;)

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The graphics look awesome! Wonder how the frame rates will be.

  5. sinister13 Says:

    And boring. Anyway, I’m glad to see another big game for Linux :-)

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