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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.
Is it "soon" yet?
Still waiting too.
The "Note: Linux version will be available soon." sounds like a joke... after all these months.
In gogdb.org we see they updated many times the Windows/macOS versions, but nothing about the Linux one.
The 2021-10-13: "Property changed: Systems changed from Windows, Mac, Linux to Windows, Mac" and that's the only time you can see Linux mentioned.
I don't think they have the intention to bring it to GOG now, it's a shame, even more cause it's single-player game.
I am still waiting too.

I even bought it at release because it was annouced for Linux here at GOG, especially since this game is a keyboard only game and so predestinated for Linux users, to confirm a popular stereotype. ;-)

But sadly it is still not available for Linux. The answer to my first support request in December said they were not able to tell when exactly the Linux version will be available. They apologized for the inconvenience and thanked for the patience. The second support request in April got no answer at all.

I am quite disappointed. :-(