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Feral Interactive just sent out word that not only are they porting Shadow of Mordor to Linux, but they are the mean porting machine behind the recent announcements of Batman: Arkham Knight, GRID Autosport and Company of Heroes 2.

Happy to confirm Batman: Arkham Knight, GRID Autosport and Company of Heroes 2 will come to SteamOS, Ubuntu and OS X.

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) March 11, 2015

Considering just how good the XCOM port is (plugging my review of it again here), I have no problem with them porting a ton more!

Since Feral announced Mordor first, I imagine we will see that one first, but we don't have a solid date for any of the ports just yet.

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adolson 11 Mar, 2015
I'm sure I'll buy them all. My only wish is that companies would start doing these ports in-house. I love Feral and Aspyr so far, but I'm still adjusting to the idea that they won't drop off the face of the earth like Loki and LGP did to me in the past.
jsa1983 11 Mar, 2015
Hell, yeah! So we are getting quality ports of these games :D
pb 11 Mar, 2015
Glad I didn't buy any not-yet-released-for-Linux games on the SteamOS sale - it makes a whole lot of difference if they are ported by external companies.
Lordpkappa 11 Mar, 2015
Quoting: subThe XCOM port is great.

However, bear in mind that this game has rather static scenes where performance is not that important.
So when it comes to performance we still have to see how good Feral does with fast action games.

Will see, sure is better to have experience with maybe a less complex game that start from zero.
leillo1975 11 Mar, 2015
OMFG!!!! Finally I will play a decent racing game in Linux (with permission from Project Cars)
Orkultus 11 Mar, 2015
They def know how to do it well. X-COM was their first port right? It was great from the get go. They can only get better from here on out. Cant wait for all these titles. I will def be buying them all.
Mohandevir 11 Mar, 2015
Nice! Don't know yet for CoH2 but the 3 others will be mine!
GoCorinthians 11 Mar, 2015
Batman? STEAM dayONE 4k FTW
Maelrane 11 Mar, 2015
Quoting: GuestI’ll get GRID and Mordor, not sure about the other two as I don’t know anything about them.

Edit: assuming they work under Linux and not only SteamOS and Ubuntu, of course, because I don’t plan on using any of those two distros.

Of course they'll work, but there won't be support. And I totally understand this. I mean devs don't support every version of windows either and there is a lot less than there are distros out there.

The community will handle this ;)

I'll buy Batman, Mordor and CoH for sure. The Batman games all were really epic. Even the last one, not made by Rocksteady, although it was not that good.
YoshiTheFox347 11 Mar, 2015
I'll most likely be getting Batman, Grid, and Mordor. Where's my wallet!!
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