Afterfall Moved To UDK

Almost a year ago I’ve posted about the upcoming RPG named Afterfall which is scheduled to be released on Q1 2011.
Back then they used the Unigine Engine with their original team which favored GNU/Linux.
Time passed and their team changed, without a notice their website now shows the UDK logo – which can only mean one thing – no GNU/Linux client.
Afterfall also got deleted from the Unigine Corp clients list which is sad.

UDK release made things bad for GNU/Linux gaming, not a long time ago Lukewarm Media the developers of Primal Carnage also dropped Unigine in favor of UDK.
So until Epic Games the developers of the UDK engine won’t add a GNU/Linux support (which I’m not sure if ever will happen) we are out of the picture.

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3 Comments

  1. Hamish Paul Wilson November 9, 2010 9:07 pm 

    Noticed this too, at least we have OilRush, Syndicates of Arkon, and Unigine’s in-development action title to look forward too. So things are not that bleak.

  2. Padster November 9, 2010 11:19 pm 

    aww, come on! stupid udk, it’s taking out games away! primal carnage and afterfall both looked so awesome!
    i am disappoint. :(

  3. guest November 11, 2010 5:47 pm 

    I get the feeling they don’t want to make money with us.

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