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Feral releases a new teaser, something to be revealed in late March

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Feral are at it again! A teaser has been posted on Feral Interactive's social media pages with an image of the Stonehenge and a hint about a revelation of sorts "in the week beginning with the spring equinox".

You can read their tweet below:

#MondayMystery: in the week beginning with the spring equinox, something marvellous will be revealed to Linux... pic.twitter.com/JfrZlzKsmu

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) February 29, 2016



And see the picture here:

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Spring equinox is on the 20th of March, so that would put this "revelation" around the end of March. I suppose it's once again time to start brainstorming to figure out what will end up being revealed in March. There are many unreleased games that were announced earlier and we've seen SteamDB entries hinting at more than one possible Linux game in the near-future. It's worth noting that the tweet hints at a Linux release specifically so in my opinion it's more than likely to be a game that already has a Mac port.

What do you think Feral will reveal? I want to see some excellent brainstorming in the comments! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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aramil248 29 Feb, 2016
If you also look at the tomb raider steamdb it changed 6 hours ago so yea tomb raider
Keyrock 29 Feb, 2016
Quoting: wvstolzingLet's see... Stonehenge... Stonehenge, where the demons dwell, where the banshees live and they do live well...

Stonehenge, where a man's a man
And the children dance to the pipes of Pan
ZekThePenguin 29 Feb, 2016
Stonehenge is widely considered to be a giant solar calendar. They used that picture in reference to the Spring Equinox. The penguin obviously is referring to Linux. Does it have to do with the game too? Probably. It seems Feral has thought this picture through. There are little to no actual ruins or tombs to explore at Stonehenge, so I'd lean more toward Far Cry Primal than Tomb Raider.
omer666 29 Feb, 2016
Other interpretation:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyh1Va_mYWI

It's Guitar Hero Live!!! :P
Cr1ogen 29 Feb, 2016
I find this video. Maybe?
View video on youtube.com


Last edited by Cr1ogen on 29 February 2016 at 7:11 pm UTC
Comandante Ñoñardo 29 Feb, 2016
Tomb raider was released in March 4, 2013.. In a few days it will have 3 years old..
A Linux release will be a good happy birthday.
MayeulC 1 Mar, 2016
Given that the picture is mostly yellow, it wouldn't surprise me if it was Deus Ex. Also, square Enix.
Renzatic Gear 1 Mar, 2016
Quoting: ZekThePenguinThere are little to no actual ruins or tombs to explore at Stonehenge, so I'd lean more toward Far Cry Primal than Tomb Raider.

There are little to no actual ruins or tombs to explore in the new Tomb Raider, so it could still be Tomb Raider.

Oh yes. I went there.
wvstolzing 1 Mar, 2016
Quoting: omer666Other interpretation:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyh1Va_mYWI

It's Guitar Hero Live!!! :P

That's supposed to be based on a real incident where Black Sabbath ordered a Stonehenge stage design, but it was so huge they couldn't bring it on the stage.
karincaanteni 1 Mar, 2016
it's absolute that the game is not from ubisoft, ea, bethesta or telltale, but possible that the game is tomb raider or mad max.
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