GoG.com’s Linux Catalog Expands To Over 100 Titles

GoG.com’s newly launched Linux catalog has grown to over 100 titles. Just two months ago the platform announced it was finally adding the much asked for Linux support to their catalog of games. With the catalog now reaching one hundred games for Linux they’ve certainly made good on their commitment to the operating system. With the addition of fifteen new titles to that catalog, some of which have never had Linux support previously, it has never been a better time to be a Linux gamer. Both Valve and GoG are pushing for more Linux games, I wonder for just how much longer I might be using my Windows partition for gaming.

Here are the fifteen new Titles that as of today are now boasting Linux support on gog.com

Baldur’s Gate: The Original Saga – first time officially on Linux!

Baldur’s Gate 2 Complete– first time officially on Linux!

Planescape Torment– first time officially on Linux!

Broken Age

Brutal Legend

Costume Quest

F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0– first time officially on Linux!

Psychonauts

Stacking

Papers, Please

Eschalon Book I

Eschalon Book II

Eschalon Book III

Realms of Chaos

Silent Service 1 + 2– first time officially on Linux!

For more info on GOG’s Linux gaming catalog check, and its recent expansion: click here

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Jeremy Effinger
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I am 26, a bibliophile, an amateur chef, and a gamer. I've gamed on the NES, SNES, PS1 and PS2 platforms, before switching to PC as my primary gaming platform. These days I tend to fill my gaming time playing Dota 2, and various RPGs of the WRPG or CRPG variety. I also enjoy the occasional shooter, open world game, 4x strategy games, stealth, and turn based games. I'm also an avid table top gamer and have been playing the same campaign weekly for the last four years.

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