Shadowrun Returns post-launch support detailed, Linux support coming

Shadowrun Returns

By on August 6, 2013 at 3:01 pm

Harebrained Schemes have unveiled plans for their support of Shadowrun Returns, now that the game is out in the wild and being played by millions.

The first patch has now been released (get the change notes here) and more changes are on the way, including Linux support and localisation for Spanish, Italian, German, and French.

A Berlin campaign is now under development, with Harebrained expecting a release in late October. iOS and Android tablet versions are also expected soon, assuming they pass Apple’s certification process.

Harebrained also offer a shout-out to community developer Opifer and his team of over 80 Shadowrun GMs, all working on a 100+ hour campaign based on Shadowrun sourcebooks and roleplaying material. Madness.

Aspiring GMs should read the full post for details on the new editor wiki, as well as details on how to get the most out of your adventure.

Read our review of Shadowrun Returns here.

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More content! Woot :)

 

sathias:
More content! Woot :)

That’s what I love about the way the game has been set up…anyone can create content…definitely worth my money and more

 
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