Croteam has always been fond of video game fans on Linux and that’s exactly why almost all of our games got Linux support day-one. Well, it seems like the teams from the Croteam Incubator share that love, so gamers on Linux can now enjoy I Hate Running Backwards on their preferred OS.
The Linux version of the game features all the latest updates introduced with the IHRB MEGA UPDATE 1.1.0. which means you get to enjoy the refreshed gameplay, new animations, weapons and arsenal systems.
A couple of weeks back we have officially announced the Croteam Incubator initiative and now it’s finally time to announce that I Hate Running Backwardsis the first incubator game to be released this month, on Tuesday, May 22.
This crazy shoot-em-down game features destructible, randomly generated environments, a fancy level-up system and random drops of health, power-ups, and weapons that compliment each of the star characters unique main weapons. Want to use a deadly farting donkey? No problem! Ass Blaster has you covered! Want to move the ground and raise walls? Seismic Disruptor is your friend. Best of all? You get to dual wield these babies! That’s right, you can fire special and main weapons at the same damn time! Add to that the exciting couch co-op multiplayer mode, where you get to curse at your friend for not saving your ass or grabbing that ammo crate that you needed so badly, and you’ve got yourself a serious party.
The game will get a simultaneous release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with the Nintendo Switch version coming later this summer.
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