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Team GOG, published Linux sales statistics

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The brake to the evolution of the game under Linux comes from the developers, <br /> he thinks sales are unprofitable! <br /> Linux players remain a minority today, because there is a lack of games! <br /> To fix this problem, Gog could help all changed <br /> <br /> _ more people are using Linux than we think! <br /> Steam early 2016 2% <br /> 2013 65 million Linux users 0.98% <br /> 2015 125 million Linux users 0.91%. <br /> The number of Linux users is increasing from 600,000 to 1,200,000 in two years. <br /> The Humble-Bundle store published, Linux accounts for 4.7% of purchases and about 7% of payments. <br /> <br /> _Developers now almost systematically play their games on Windows and Mac <br /> However, it is enough to develop natively under Linux, and one has directly a product Windows, Linux and Mac. <br /> There is less work and the 3 are already natively managed. <br /> Linux sales reach a break-even point higher than the costs of porting. <br /> Kona, Overgrowth, Eldritch, Dustforce ... <br /> And if the game is native Linux with the use of OpenGL, the performances are much better than Windows with Direct3D. <br /> <br /> _ One theory explains that Linux users prefer to buy from GOG, it avoid Steam and Humble-Bundle. <br /> For me it’s true; GOG 71 Steam 0 Humble 0. <br /> But without the GOG team it’s hard to prove. <br /> Publishing Linux sales statistics can change the vision of developers! <br /> And for you, it’s more sales, more profit! <br /> thank you.

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Agreed. I may buy a lot of Windows games (over 1500 games purchased on GOG alone), but all my gaming is done on my Linux machine, either natively or via Wine.

Apr. 23, 2019
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