Tech Support: Error Unknown already has a release date

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If you are passionate about video games and security, surely this title already sounds familiar to you. Tech Support: Error Unknown is a video game that you can find in Valve's famous online video game store, that is, Steam. Although currently there is no title in Spanish, but you can find it in English, German and Chinese, in the link I have left, and now we have news to tell about it.

As you know, it is a video game whose history is based on computer security and which has been released for Linux, MacOS and Windows. The distributor is Iceberg Interactive and the developer Dragon slumber. The Game Demo is available for free with Linux support on the Steam store as I have already mentioned in the previous paragraph, and also on other sites such as Itch and Gamejolt, but the most important being Steam. It was officially announced for the February 27th 2019, so we already have an official date for the launch of Tech Support: Error Unknown. And that day will come for all the platforms that I have mentioned. This adventure that has won some awards has also been criticized by other experts, but these are opinions and the one that really counts is yours, that you are the one who must decide whether or not you like the title.

They continue to work on technology support Quasar Spectrum OS (If you want to know more about this project, you can do it from this same link) and other improvements to offer you a good final product. Now Kevin Giguère from Dragon Slumber has spoken to specify some things about the game and to show his happiness for the final product that will come on the aforementioned date. What are you waiting for, try it now and if you like it, access the final version that arrives this month!

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