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Monday, 14 October 2013 08:28

DICE would like to get into Linux development

Written by David Stellmack

The OS only needs one killer game to go mainstream

In a recent interview with Polygon, Lars Gustavsson says that the developer would like to get into Linux development and that the Linux OS only needs one killer game to really go mainsteam.

Gustavsson also thinkins that the Valve Linux-based OS machines (Steamboxes) will only help the situation and will be able to put indie developers on the map.

As for DICE’s plans for Linux, the interview does not really say if DICE is actively working on a Linux port of the Frostbite engine for Linux. Beyond suggesting that the platform does have a place in the future, he reveals little as to what the developer might actually be planning for the OS.

Read more here.

 

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