Quote Originally Posted by Graal View Post
It will. They haven't had the financial backing of a multi-billion dollar company for decades. Just look at how the available games on Linux has exploded in the last few years since Steam started supporting the OS. There are currently 1189 games on Steam that support Linux.

Not to even mention what Vulkan is going to do to the Linux gaming scene. If the trend keeps up, I'll probably switch to Linux for good in the next 2 or 3 years.
They have, for more than a decade.

Besides, games doesn't drive OS sale, development and adoption. Hells, home use doesn't even drive it, that's why Windows 10 was given as a free upgrade to so many users. Industrial use, machines, OS licenses where you'd never expect to find them, and the support fees for those licences are where the money is being made, and what drives development.