The open source game engine Godot has had its first beta release on the way to the upcoming Godot 4.0.
Valve's July 2022 hardware survey is out and shows that AMD is now the most common CPU among Linux users. SteamOS-based distros are also holding steady at 7.5%.
BeamNG is giving Linux a go with a very experimental native port of their physics-based driving and vehicle simulator.
More good news for AMD users, Blender 3.2 is here and GPU rendering and now available on recent AMD cards.
Dota 2 gameplay update 7.31d is here bringing a Dota Plus seasonal refresh, Battle Pass changes, gameplay balance updates, a clip builder, and Vulkan improvements.
The Into the Fray update for Sandbox Interactive's MMO - Albion Online - is here. This update reworks the Magic Staff class of weapons and brings bank and marketplace access to the Outlands via Portal Towns.
Have an idea for your own walking sim? Get a head start on your game with gd_fpcc from MenacingMecha, an open source Godot project that supplies the basic gameplay mechanics of a walking sim.
Steamworks documentation regarding Source mods has been updated to make it clear that using leaked code is NOT okay. Stick to the official SDK.
The repository for NoiseTorch, the popular Linux noise suppression tool, has been restored after the completion of an audit. It was initially taken down due to a suspected security breach two weeks ago.