So, what is it we'd like you to do? On a basic level, it'd be great if you could pop over to our downloads page and grab the release candidate. Make a project, run it, see if things work okay in your system! If you're feeling adventurous, you could even try our new OpenGL rendering backend.
We're really happy to be able to say that with 3.7, official support for Linux is back on the table! Bear in mind that as I said above, we consider this a beta feature, so there will definitely be some issues. We'd love to hear about them, as increasing support and stability is a top goal for 3.8.
Now, we'll follow this up with an official release blog for 3.7 when we actually make the release, after you've all had a little while to poke at the candidate. But till then, here's a quick list of some of the most exciting things you'll find in the new version:
- Linux and OpenGL, obviously!
- A navmesh editor!
- Sahara accumulation volumes!
- PhysX 3!
- Faster TorqueScript, and anonymous functions!