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shmerl: Oh, do you mean Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York has Linux version to download, but it's not listed? I didn't buy it yet, since I thought the Linux version is missing here.
Yes, there is in fact a native linux version for this game. I bought it to test how it works in wine and was quite surprised to find a native installer in the downloads.

I know @linuxvangog is not around. I just wonder whether this is usual GOG's sloppiness or the new state of affairs (that they no longer care about selling to linux gamers). I think this is not the only game that has no linux version information but I can't remember the name of the other one.
Post edited January 27, 2020 by igrok
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igrok: I know @linuxvangog is not around. I just wonder whether this is usual GOG's sloppiness or the new state of affairs (that they no longer care about selling to linux gamers). I think this is not the only game that has no linux version information but I can't remember the name of the other one.
I bought the game and it works fine by the way (at least so far). I contacted GOG support about it.
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shmerl: I bought the game and it works fine by the way (at least so far). I contacted GOG support about it.
Game information page has been updated! :)
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shmerl: I bought the game and it works fine by the way (at least so far). I contacted GOG support about it.
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igrok: Game information page has been updated! :)
Yep, support replied to me to confirm it. They didn't explain what happened though.
Will the Gog Galaxy for Linux be released?
Sure, when Linux market share reaches 30%.

Someone kindly informed me the other day that there is a Snap version of the Galaxy client wrapped in Wine (or Proton, almost the same thing, cannot remember which). Not really what you wanted to hear I guess.
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Themken: Sure, when Linux market share reaches 30%.
Galaxy has a Mac version though.
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eric5h5: Galaxy has a Mac version though.
Yes, maybe ten percent will be enough. I am not very optimistic. The Linux slice of hte cake must be percieved as willing enough to spend enough before a corporation like CD Projekt will move on it.