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What will happen to macOS and Linux support?


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pdmk

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Hi, I am happy for your partnership with Microsoft, hopefully it will help you to move to next level.

 

My question is if you will develop your games for macOS and Linux? I fully understand that player base on these OS' is very small, but still as a MAC owner I was very glad to see your games to be available for us. Now I am worried that will change with your new partnership. 

 

Can somebody from Obsidian please comment ?

 

Thank you


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Hi, I am happy for your partnership with Microsoft, hopefully it will help you to move to next level.

 

My question is if you will develop your games for macOS and Linux? I fully understand that player base on these OS' is very small, but still as a MAC owner I was very glad to see your games to be available for us. Now I am worried that will change with your new partnership. 

 

Can somebody from Obsidian please comment ?

 

Thank you

 

Sure, Microsoft is well know for his Linux and Mac support xD



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Well... Microsoft is working with Linux more than ever. Of course that's mostly on the business software level, not the consumer level. But in general it seems that Microsoft is more open minded towards Linux nowadays. Maybe also because it's no threat at all...

I have no hopes for MacOS though.

Edited by Boeroer, 13 November 2018 - 01:03 PM.





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