Linux server virtualization is the latest and most popular way to run games on the cloud, and it’s also the one that makes it easier to run on mobile devices.
But as virtualization continues to grow, the benefits are diminishing as users begin to notice performance bottlenecks.
The biggest issue with virtualization today is that it requires a significant amount of server resources.
For the majority of games, the vast majority of those resources are dedicated to rendering and rendering processing.
But a few games can’t be run on a single physical server because of limitations with networking and hardware.
Some of those games are currently being ported to Linux, and a lot of them will eventually come to iOS, Android, and Windows in the future.
In the meantime, it’s possible to run some games on Linux, but it takes time and resources.
The server virtualizing community is trying to address these issues by making it easier for developers to write games that run on Linux.
This article is part of the FortNite: Linux Edition series.
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