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Feral Interactive are teasing another Linux port

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Another one?! Yes! Feral Interactive have begun teasing us once again with a new upcoming Linux and Mac port.

On their famous port radar, one they jokingly claim has a mind of it's own, is this new clue for Linux and Mac:


"Flushing Point"

For those interested, here's a higher resolution picture:

They only just recently released Total War: WARHAMMER II, with Life is Strange 2 and Total War: THREE KINGDOMS and Shadow of the Tomb Raider all confirmed to be coming.

I know some of you groan about the teasers, but they're a good bit of fun in my book. They've seemingly started announcing titles quite a bit sooner than before too which is great.

What do you think it will be this time? So many announcements lately, this is fantastic to see. If it's HITMAN 2 or something more open-world, I'm completely sold. Shutup and take my money.

Ps. Apologies to any copyright holders on the image, couldn't find where it's from. Do get in touch if you're unhappy with us including it here…

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Arehandoro Nov 29, 2018
Happy to see another teaser! And according to all the comments here the possibilities seem to be games that I quite like! Awesome!

I first thought of Darksiders but after reading you Vampyr or Batman could well be options. And I wanted to buy Vampyr for a long time now :)

Edit: If it's Darksiders, please bring the whole collection Feral <3


Last edited by Arehandoro on 29 November 2018 at 9:07 am UTC
cRaZy-bisCuiT Nov 29, 2018
Skyrim would have been interesting 5 years ago.
ageres Nov 29, 2018
Quoting: cRaZy-bisCuiTSkyrim would have been interesting 5 years ago.
Feral, cancel your Skyrim port, cRaZy-bisCuiT is not interested in it.
Eike Nov 29, 2018
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Quoting: ageresFeral, cancel your Skyrim port, cRaZy-bisCuiT is not interested in it.

Me neither! That's about half of the Linux croud...!

;)
crt0mega Nov 29, 2018
Quoting: EikeMe neither! That's about half of the Linux croud...!

;)
Naah. More like two thirds. Y'all know that there's only three people gaming on Linux.
Anorelsan Nov 29, 2018
Darksiders would be great! It's a game series I would love to play. And as @Arehandoro says, not only Darksiders III but the whole series.

Thanks Feral!!!


Last edited by Anorelsan on 29 November 2018 at 12:44 pm UTC
psycho_driver Nov 29, 2018
You guys obviously have not watched much Dora the Explorer, where the phrase "Where are we going?" is sung in every episode. There's one episode in particular that features a pegasus. Therefore they're obviously working on an original IP:

Dora the Explorer: Pegasus Adventure
wvstolzing Nov 29, 2018
Quoting: psycho_driverYou guys obviously have not watched much Dora the Explorer, where the phrase "Where are we going?" is sung in every episode. There's one episode in particular that features a pegasus. Therefore they're obviously working on an original IP:

Dora the Explorer: Pegasus Adventure

I'd like an original IP based on this, though. It's the first thing that I'm reminded of, when I hear 'Pegasus'.
fryk Nov 29, 2018
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, please? :)
Dunc Nov 29, 2018
Quoting: silentprocyonThe game below actually takes place in Glasgow
It does? Cool! (Goes to look at screenshots.)

Hmph. That doesn't look like the Glasgow I've lived in for the last 40-odd years. The “train station” (sheesh) seems to be French for some reason, and the countryside looks like a weird mix of Yorkshire and Switzerland. With American roadsigns. On a quick image search, the only picture that seems even vaguely right is one of the background images from the title screen, and on closer examination I think it's actually supposed to be Manhattan. Or maybe not. At this point, I have no idea.

I know I'm kind of hijacking the thread here, but this kind of thing happens too often. Seriously, how hard is it to make a game's environment actually look at least broadly like the place you're setting it in? I mean, don't get me wrong: I know it is pretty hard, and you don't necessarily have to use actual real-life locations, but at least try to make them plausible. If you don't have the budget to visit the place, use StreetView or something to get a feel for the architecture. What's the point of setting it in a particular place if it doesn't look right? You might as well make one up.


Last edited by Dunc on 29 November 2018 at 6:20 pm UTC
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