Steam: ubuntugamer( Add me ) | Gaming: Left 4 Dead 2, Metro Last Light, Assassin's Creed 4, Forced
L4D2 would be the first step in the ladder, while Dota2, Counter Strike Global Offensive, Team Fortress would be the next steps.
I don't know if we could be able to experience the latest features such as TXAA but we could play a decent game at last That's the goal.
If Linux users act like gamers and open their wallets as they open their source code, then more advantages are about to come, since game makers will spot another profitable market. Meaning a lot for pressure to nVIDIA, AMD and Intel to improve their ****** drivers for Linux.
In the meantime Windows 8 will be the ghost operating system of the year. No one seeing this, no one using this
Time will tell, until then sit back and relax waiting
If Counter Strike Global Offensive will be native, not with a Wine fork, I might buy it. First linux game buy for years...
PS: Nvidia drivers are as good as on Windows, usually they are only a month behind or so! Only AMD and Intel need to catch up.
Last edited by MikeCyber; August 19th, 2012 at 01:19 PM.
Hopefully Linux Steam will support actual native apps too, but I guess it's a wait-and-see on that one.
Last edited by Sslaxx; August 19th, 2012 at 03:31 PM.
Both Catalyst and OS Radeon drivers have come a LONG way from where they used to be, especially the OS Radeon drivers in the 3.5 kernel series has made some pretty astounding performance boosts from what I've read on Phoronix.