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  1. GoG now provides v1.80 for Windows users. But Linux and Mac are still behind (Linux on v.179, Mac on v1.77).
  2. Thank you so much! At last, the waiting has been interrupted for another while
  3. There's now v1.79 available at GoG...
  4. I've filed a support request at GoG for the missing v1.78 Linux release but got a reply that because of Corona it might take up to four weeks until they can take care of my inquiry. Perhaps someone at Hinterland can get in touch with them?
  5. Has this update been submitted to GoG?
  6. Seems like GoG is back to its usual long delay in publishing new TLD releases. @Admin can you please confirm that you already sent v1.72 to GoG?
  7. Alright... my mesa-19.3 issue is already known to mesa upstream: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/issues/2179
  8. And GoG is already providing v1.69 as well. These are wonderful times
  9. Perhaps this post doesn't really fit in here but I didn't want to create a new topic for this. I have some issues with TLD (GoG version) on my two Gentoo Systems since at least v1.62 of the game. On my Notebook (with radeon kernel driver) I cannot start the game with mesa-19.3.0_rc1 or newer. On startup I get a floating point exception and the game stops to run immediately. Going down to mesa-19.2.x "fixes" the issue and I can successfully start the game. This doesn't happen on my Desktop machine with amdgpu kernel driver where I run mesa-19.3 successfully since the first release candidates. On my Desktop (with amdgpu kernel driver) while playing the game I get lots of screen artefacts and minor screen corruptions. I first thought this was mesa-19.3 related but going down to mesa-19.2 didn't fix the issue. Most artefacts can be seen at the player's right hand when holding the rifle or being spread over the whole screen when aiming with the rifle. I didn't check the bow yet though. Here are my current specs: Hardware Desktop: GPU: Tonga PRO [Radeon R9 285] CPU: 2x AMD Opteron 6328 Hardware Notebook: GPU: AMD FirePro M6100 CPU: Intel Core i7-3740QM OS: Gentoo Linux (~amd64) kernel-5.4.3 (CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU=y and CONFIG_DRM_AMD_DC=y on Desktop) / (CONFIG_DRM_RADEON=y on Notebook) xorg-server-1.20.6 xf86-video-amdgpu-19.1.0 (Desktop) / xf86-video-ati-19.1.0 (Notebook) mesa-19.3.0 (Desktop) / mesa-19.2.7 (Notebook) llvm-9.0.1_rc3 (Desktop) / llvm-9.0.0 (Notebook) libdrm-2.4.100 vulkan-loader-1.1.125 Game version: v1.67 right now but happened at least since v1.62
  10. Perhaps it's the Christmas spirit that made them (GoG) being extra quick. I am downloading the Linux release of v1.67 from GoG right now. I am again very pleasantly surprised. Cheers!
  11. The Linux variant of v1.64 is available on GoG since yesterday. I was quite baffled as this was the shortest waiting period I ever had to wait for a TLD update on GoG. Let's hope they are as quick with the v1.67 update...
  12. As promised in the v1.62 announcement thread here are my current specs. Hardware: GPU: Tonga PRO [Radeon R9 285] CPU: 2x AMD Opteron 6328 OS: Gentoo Linux (~amd64) kernel-4.19.83 (CONFIG_DRM_AMDGPU=y and CONFIG_DRM_AMD_DC=y) xorg-server-1.20.5 xf86-video-amdgpu-19.1.0 mesa-19.3.0_rc2 llvm-9.0.0 libdrm-2.4.100 vulkan-loader-1.1.125 Vulkan libs are installed but last I checked the game was very sluggish using Vulkan. I too have that annoying flickering which seems to be gone when using Vulkan. I play the native Linux TLD versions from GoG.
  13. I will answer your questions in the corresponding thread.
  14. v1.62 (for Linux, didn't check Windows binaries) is finally available on GoG. Thanks Hinterland