Chrome Engine v6 gets Linux support By Dimitri Reijerman




Version 6 of the 3D gaming engine, Chrome Engine supports according to developer Techland also the Linux platform. Chrome Engine v5 remained stabbing with support for Windows, Xbox 360 and PS3, but v6 will also be compatible with the Xbox One, PS4, and Mac OS X.

On his website Techland is now clear that Chrome Engine v6 also will support 3D games, allowing game developers that Tech Lands engine is now easier to use their titles also can issue. to the open source operating system Linux The gaming engine will also be suitable for the new consoles from Microsoft and Sony, while support for OS X is also present.

Chrome Engine v6 should be widely available later this year. Meanwhile, there is already working on some games based on the new engine that may also appear on Linux. It is about the titles Dying Light and Hell Raid of Techland. The developers working on Hell Raid have been several requests on the Steam forum received for a port to Linux and the developer has indicated that work as possible after the Windows release a Linux version will be.


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