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Total War: WARHAMMER Released for GNU/Linux and New Benchmarks

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  • Total War: WARHAMMER Out Now for Linux and SteamOS, Ported by Feral Interactive

    A few moments ago, Feral Interactive officially announced the release of the Total War: WARHAMMER addictive turn-based strategy video game for Linux and SteamOS operating systems.

    Developed by Creative Assembly and published by Sega, Total War: WARHAMMER launched on Valve's Steam digital gaming distribution platform earlier this summer, on the 24th of May 2016, but only those with a Microsoft Windows PC were able to install and play it.

  • Total War: WARHAMMER released for Linux, port report and video

    Total War: WARHAMMER [Steam, Feral Store] is the latest big Linux port from Feral Interactive. As someone who has only recently become a fan of Warhammer, it was fun to see this game arrive on Linux.

    Note: My copy was provided by Feral Interactive.

  • Total War: WARHAMMER Released For Linux

    Right on schedule, Feral Interactive has released Total War: WARHAMMER for Linux.

  • Total War: WARHAMMER - AMD RadeonSI Linux Performance

    Shortly after Total War: WARHAMMER was released for Linux by Feral Interactive we had out NVIDIA Linux WARHAMMER benchmarks. Now having more time since that OpenGL Linux game port release on Tuesday, here are benchmarks when using the open-source RadeonSI Gallium3D driver stack with various AMD GCN graphics cards.

  • Total War: WARHAMMER NVIDIA Linux Benchmarks

    With Feral Interactive releasing Total War: WARHAMMER for Linux this morning, you are probably curious how well this Linux OpenGL game port will perform with your graphics card prior to spending $60 USD for the game. Up now are my NVIDIA GeForce benchmarks for Total War: WARHAMMER on Ubuntu Linux with nine different graphics cards. In the hours ahead will be the relevant AMD tests with this newest AAA Linux game as soon as I finish up that testing.

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