Civilization V is available for Linux




Sid Meier’s Civilization V is available for Linux. Since Tuesday Postage CIV: V to Linux, according to Aspyr Media, the port exported, primarily for the Linux operating system SteamOS which a trial is currently available.

In the future, Aspyr through updates add support for Ubuntu 14:04 and some video cards that are not currently supported. SteamOS is currently only compatible with Nvidia cards. The U.S. Aspyr Media developed earlier ports for games like Civilization V, Borderlands 2 and Rage. CIV: V is the first game that Aspyr has ported to Linux and SteamOS; The focus is normally mainly on OS X.

Aspyr asks gamers via its support page feedback to indicate the port. This is the games that are going to spend in the future on Linux to deliver. Better from the start To celebrate the first triple A game has received optimized for SteamOS, a port until Wednesday seven hours Dutch time Civilization V and all its dlc with discount sale.

CIV: V is not the first triple A game that appears for Linux. So did include Left 4 Dead 2 and Portal already a Linux release. SteamOS is a Linux operating system that is developed by Valve and is especially aimed at gaming machines. The operating system since the end of 2013 is available as a test version.


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