MarjutFB wrote:The Linux version is quite different so it's possible there is such a difference. It also has higher system requirements.
Unfortunately we don't have any patches planned so there most likely won't be a fix. If you didn't yet, you could still try if changing the game's options would raise the FPS, but otherwise I unfortunately don't have suggestions.
It's not a matter of low FPS. The FPS doesn't drop below 30, it simply doesn't go above it. It is a constant 30 like a hard limit in the game code. Just to check I lowered everything from highest settings to lowest without AA and was still a constant 30 FPS. I tried on a GTX 960 as well as a Radeon HD7950 and had the same result. I have an AMD FX-8350 and 16GB of RAM. With either GPU my system is well above the system requirements for Trine 2. All required packages are installed.
May I ask why there is no planned fixes for this issue ? Is it due to the age of Trine 2 or just because it's the Linux version ? If it is due to the age then why does the game still retail for $26.09 CAD on GOG and $21.99 CAD on Steam ? Seems a high price to charge for a game that is deemed too old to fix any issues with. If it is because the issue is with the Linux version then my question is why have a Linux version if you don't plan to support it ?
I'm not trying to be hostile, just trying to understand Frozenbyte's reasoning.