Black Mesa against anti-Linux trolls

Black Mesa

Black Table, is a remake of the famous video game Half-Life from Valve, it comes in the form of a mod for Half-Life 2 for those who do not know it and it looks very good. The developers have completely modified and rebuilt the game to make it look like a different game, using the power of the Source graphics engine that Half-Life had. Although they have also made modifications to it to improve the gameplay. In addition, it is compatible with any video game that uses Source as a graphic engine.

Well, a lot has been said in some forums of Black Mesa and its arrival to Linux, Both as for well and for worse. Some anti-Linux trolls seem to have sent messages about the arrival of Black Mesa to Linux, even denying that this ever happened. Apparently this is what has happened in the Steam forum for this video game. But after these unfortunate messages that have worried the followers of this video game who use the penguin platform, everything seems to have cleared up.

So much confusion has been ended when a Black Mesa developer has come to the fore and has pointed out in the steam forum that it is not being discussed whether the game will come to Linux or not, they are simply working on porting it to Linux. There is no possible discussion or doubt…. He also claims that it is really worth doing so that it reaches Linux users. Despite what some trolls like these say that there are in all forums and on all web pages with comments that little nourish, the truth, rather the opposite. And it is one thing to give an opinion and another to create doubt or spread a lie deliberately to do harm.

As for the state, it seems to be progressing, although are finding some bugs, nothing to write home about, it was something expected as the developer has announced. Now we have to work to correct them, since they are not too complex problems, but there are a lot of them. The developer has left the community of users who are awaiting the news calm and ensures that as soon as they have a stable version, they will make it available to everyone on Valve's Steam.

 


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  1.   mircocaloghero said

    Isn't this ultimately what the troll wants? Attention, quarrels, answers and posts about them?

  2.   Jorge Romero said

    What happiness, linux expands more and more
    Irony of those trolls, hahaha