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Keep in mind, this is just the beginning for our new single player mode. Today is the first of three major single player updates between now and our 1.0 full release, and we have much more planned by the end of the year: More characters, more interactions, more challenges, and even new types of challenges. Keep watching our news here for when they arrive.
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Linux: Launch the game with the '-show-screen-selector' parameter and start it in windowed mode, otherwise the main menu screen will be unresponsive and it won't register any mouse click. You can then switch into fullscreen mode with the in-game settings.
If you happen to love Norse mythology or epic fantasies full of consequence and deft storytelling, then look no further than The Banner Saga. The first game sets the scene beautifully with intriguing cast, gripping tale and absolutely stunning artwork and soundtrack to transport you to a world filled with plenty of danger and surprises. Subtle refinements in the sequel make it a series which just gets better with each entry, and the development of characters, gradual progression of the narrative and multiple choices presented throughout the trilogy lead to multiple satisfying endings with fitting outcomes in the third and final game.
VC4 is gold. My one real issue with the original was the lack of incentive to use different soldiers in my squad once I found a nice balance, since the side missions in that one all seem to revolve around the core group of characters. But the Fire Emblem-esque Squad Stories constantly incentivize the player to change up squad composition to unlock new stories. I also love actually learning about these people. By the end, the entire giant cast of side characters in VC4 felt far more fully realized to me than most of the soldiers in the original game.