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Junior s2 Camila 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 20:30
CS:GO, when my dear?
Have you guys read anywhere when CSGO will possibly come to Linux?
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Tristan! 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 20:55 
I look for this every day, and I have been tring to predict when we will see it. Considering we already have 1.6 and CSS, which were released, I think, one week apart, it looks like it will be soon. Also because CSS and GO are more closely related, both using the source engine.

However, GO is more of a "figure head" game, so they probably want to take their time and make sure it performs well and looks good on linux. It will probably be one of the first popular games on the Steambox.

For the record, this game is the only piece of software that I run on windows.
A Yellow Pikmin 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 21:01 
Valve, please make CS:GO Linux compatible!
CarrotDick 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 21:06 
Publicado originalmente por Tristan!:
I look for this every day, and I have been tring to predict when we will see it. Considering we already have 1.6 and CSS, which were released, I think, one week apart, it looks like it will be soon. Also because CSS and GO are more closely related, both using the source engine.

However, GO is more of a "figure head" game, so they probably want to take their time and make sure it performs well and looks good on linux. It will probably be one of the first popular games on the Steambox.

For the record, this game is the only piece of software that I run on windows.

I know wine isn't always the easiest, but CS:GO works nearly perfectly with it. There's a small graphical glitch were the lamps (lights, literally) on the map are always visible.
Junior s2 Camila 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 21:15 
Publicado originalmente por Linux Atheisto:
Publicado originalmente por Tristan!:
I look for this every day, and I have been tring to predict when we will see it. Considering we already have 1.6 and CSS, which were released, I think, one week apart, it looks like it will be soon. Also because CSS and GO are more closely related, both using the source engine.

However, GO is more of a "figure head" game, so they probably want to take their time and make sure it performs well and looks good on linux. It will probably be one of the first popular games on the Steambox.

For the record, this game is the only piece of software that I run on windows.

I know wine isn't always the easiest, but CS:GO works nearly perfectly with it. There's a small graphical glitch were the lamps (lights, literally) on the map are always visible.
Tried myself a couple of weeks ago... 20 fps =P

Guess I'll wait for the native one.
CarrotDick 27 de Feb, 2013 a las 21:22 
Publicado originalmente por Linux Junior s2 Camila:
Publicado originalmente por Linux Atheisto:

I know wine isn't always the easiest, but CS:GO works nearly perfectly with it. There's a small graphical glitch were the lamps (lights, literally) on the map are always visible.
Tried myself a couple of weeks ago... 20 fps =P

Guess I'll wait for the native one.

Oh I forget, I use wine-1.5 too so I was probably getting better performance than you.
Les Grossman 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 0:44 
+1 on this being the only Windows software I use.
Shark 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 1:01 
I'm guessing we'll see it coming together with portal 2 and maybe dota 2, I think those use the same version of the source engine.
blackout24 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 3:00 
My guess is it will get release in tn+1.
[LINUX]FinCoder 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 5:03 
Last time I played it with wine I had very good performance.
Zoba 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 5:53 
it would rock, if valve would keep us posted on wether the games are released in the near future.. i'd even take valve time. :)
blackout24 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 6:39 
Everything that is available for Mac from Valve WILL be ported to Linux. It's just a matter of time and asking Valve for release dates is just plain stupid. Be glad to know that it will come that should be enough satisfaction.
rudeboyskunk 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 6:53 
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asking Valve for release dates is just plain stupid.

christ, think i'll go kill myself now, thanks ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ for the kind words
Doc Holliday 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 6:58 
the newer the game the longer it will take do to more code and you want fewer bug's in new games for PR
Junior s2 Camila 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 14:52 
Publicado originalmente por t.jp Arch:
Everything that is available for Mac from Valve WILL be ported to Linux. It's just a matter of time and asking Valve for release dates is just plain stupid. Be glad to know that it will come that should be enough satisfaction.
Is it? Because everyone thought CS 1.6 wouldn't be and "BAM" there it is =)
CarrotDick 28 de Feb, 2013 a las 15:11 
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Publicado originalmente por t.jp Arch:
Everything that is available for Mac from Valve WILL be ported to Linux. It's just a matter of time and asking Valve for release dates is just plain stupid. Be glad to know that it will come that should be enough satisfaction.
Is it? Because everyone thought CS 1.6 wouldn't be and "BAM" there it is =)

"Everything that is available for Mac from Valve WILL be ported to Linux. "

Says nothing about software that wasn't available for Mac. So his statement and your observation aren't in conflict.
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