Chris Roberts Confirms Linux Support for Star Citizen?

By   /   Apr 12, 2014

One of the users of Reddit named ‘Moyels’ has posted a quote, which suggests that Star Citizen might get the support for Linux after all.

The user claims that the quote came straight from the creator of the game Chris Roberts during the PAX East 2014 coverage, where he said:

By the way, we are gonna be supporting Linux for Star Citizen.

Until now there has been no confirmation of this claim from any other sources but Linux support wouldn’t be much of a surprise because a lot of people are getting really tired of Windows OS and are switching to Linux.

As a developer of one of the most anticipated Indie game, Chris Roberts would want to make the game more accessible to the fans.

Star Citizen has been in development at Cloud Imperium Games for quite some time now and has gained a lot of support from the fans.

Recently, the game passed $41 Million in pledges and as the developer receives more money, more stuff is added into the game. The developers need $2 Million more to reach their final goal of $43,000,000.

The game is being powered by Cry Engine, 4th Generation. The graphical detail can be witnessed in all of the videos of the game.

Star Citizen is scheduled to release sometime next year. For detailed information on the game, visit the official website.

What do you think of Star Citizen thus far? Do you want the Linux support? Share your thoughts with us in your comments!