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This is not the first time it happens, but by now, I am more than a bit pissed.
This game, like many others, is available on Steam in a Linux native version.
On GoG however it is missing.
I have 200+ games in my GoG library and support you people whenever I can. But I am also a Linux-only gamer, using Wine/Proton when necessary. So when I have to choose between native Linux Support and "emulation", sadly I go to Steam.

I know we Linux-users are a small minority. But this is more than sad. Add to that the fact that your bl**dy simple file-sync-client "Galaxy" does not run on Linux, not even in Wine emulation. I can run f***ing high-end games like Cyberpunk 2077 without hassle, but a tool that show a few pictures and syncs game files is so over-complicated that it won't run?!
I do not expect explicit Linux support from a small player like GoG. But when it is available anyway and therefore easily done, and still does not happen, that show a lack of respect to us Linux gamers.
I really try to support you and the no-DRM concept, but find myself more and more taking my business elsewhere.

Grmpf
Game page says "Note: Linux version will be available soon."
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azalty: Game page says "Note: Linux version will be available soon."
First of all, that info is "hidden" as a footnote below the hardware specs, and not next to the OS-list. So I didn't notice, and I bet many others won't, either. Second, my experience with "Linux version soon" on GoG is mixed, to say the least. With Tropico 6, for example, I was finished with the game on Steam by the time GoG decided to release the Linux version.

Here it is the same: too little, too late. Already bought Midnight Protocol on Steam.
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azalty: Game page says "Note: Linux version will be available soon."
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Tinwhistle: First of all, that info is "hidden" as a footnote below the hardware specs, and not next to the OS-list. So I didn't notice, and I bet many others won't, either. Second, my experience with "Linux version soon" on GoG is mixed, to say the least. With Tropico 6, for example, I was finished with the game on Steam by the time GoG decided to release the Linux version.

Here it is the same: too little, too late. Already bought Midnight Protocol on Steam.
Was the game being tested by GoG or was it the developers fault?
Well, now there's a Linux, Windows, AND Apple version. Issue shouldn't be a problem now. Please keep in mind not all development studios have the resources to develop for multiple platforms at the same time or at an accelerated pace. Try to be a little more patient. Game developers are not a monolith and there's a lot that goes into game dev in general; even for the smallest of games.