THQ controversial Humble Bundle which was published a few days ago was remarkably successful despite the criticism of some users, and our own Metalbyte-but maybe responsible for this signature have learned anything from these reviews.
In fact, according to THQ Phoronix are considering to bring their games to Linux, and the president of the company, Jason Rubin, posted a message on Twitter in which they were considering that option due the feedback they had received regarding the Humble Bundle : “We have received the message on Linux loud and clear through the # HumbleBundle feedback. Right now we are evaluating the cost and benefits “.
Rubin also said that they are using the Unity game engine for one of their current projects . Unity 4.0, which just launched recently, offers support to Linux, although that will not be useful to bring the rest of the catalog of THQ-Unity-not used to our screens. Still, this could be promising news to have at our disposal titles like Saints Row , Company of Heroes , or Warhammer , to name a few examples.
No related posts.