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XCOM 2 Revealed, Will Be Getting Linux Treatment

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It seems that XCOM 2 has been announced after a teaser campaign by 2K. The website 2K brought online last week was now confirmed to be about XCOM and the reveal trailer was published. And best of all, there's a tiny little penguin and a certain feline as a mark of Linux support.

The reveal trailer indicates that the game will likely take place in the future where Earth has been taken over by the aliens and you will be fighting against the Advent Administration, a government of some sort that the aliens have put in control of Earth.

The best part of this trailer is right at the end. Why? Because we can clearly see a Tux and a Feral Interactive logo there. It seems Feral are busy making Linux gaming as awesome as ever. We will be staying in touch with Feral and will report any developments on this front. According to the trailer, we will get to see the game in November this year.

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Leerdeck 2 Jun, 2015
Awesome! The first one was an excellent port. There are so many Games... I don't have time to play all of them! *first world problems*

Funny that we are now playing as terrorists resistance

PS: In Feral I trust! <--- Feral should use this as a slogan ;)
edo 2 Jun, 2015
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