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Feral Interactive are asking what you want ported to Linux again

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Feral Interactive, the porting studio behind a lot of great games available on Linux are asking for some feedback again on where they should go next.

In the past, they've teased how they feed port requests into "THE REQUESTINATOR". Looks like my number three from when they asked in November 2018 turned out okay with Shadow of the Tomb Raider. As always though, we want additional ports to buy and more varied titles to play through.

On Twitter today they posted this:

What game would you like to be ported to macOS, Linux or mobile platforms in 2020, and why?

Is there a game in dire need of porting? Let us know why it’d be perfect on your favourite platform and your answer could feature in our next newsletter: https://feralinteractive.com/xx/register/

Feral have already ported a ton of games to Linux including Alien Isolation, Life Is Strange, Before the Storm, Life is Strange 2, Mad Max, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS (and many other Total War titles), XCOM and XCOM 2 plus more. Their work is great, especially now they're all-in with Vulkan the performance is great too so more would be thoroughly welcome.

How about you mention your top three most wanted Linux ports in the comments? I'll start:

  3. Borderlands 3

Right now, those three would be seriously good to have properly supported on Linux. As for the why? Well, 1+3 are already massively popular games and with Borderlands 3 coming to Steam this year, it would be a nice surprise. As for Dragon Ball, I'm a huge fan of it and having such a game ported and supported on Linux would be a huge boon.

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Mohandevir Jan 13, 2020
1-CyberPunk 2077
2-Divinity: Original Sins II
3-Borderlands 3 / Metro Exodus

Last edited by Mohandevir on 13 January 2020 at 7:51 pm UTC
NeoTheFox Jan 13, 2020
Cyberpunk 2077, ideally get a deal with CDPR to release it day 1
Halo: Master Chief collection
sprocket Jan 13, 2020
1. Skyrim
2. Ori and the Will of the Wisp
3. Borderlands 3

The rest:
Elder Scrolls 6
Rivals of Aether
Fallout 4
Fallout 3

Last edited by sprocket on 13 January 2020 at 7:37 pm UTC
Redneck Jan 13, 2020
1 - Borderlands 3
2 - Ride 2
3 - GTA V
Yeah the last one is a really long shot but well!
ElectricPrism Jan 13, 2020
Tchey Jan 13, 2020
In no order :

CP 2077
Killer Instinct
Freeman Guerilla Warfare
Scrolls of Taiwu
Ulty Jan 13, 2020
2. Eastshade
3. Divinity: Original Sin 2
fabry92 Jan 13, 2020
1. Monster hunter world
2. Street Fighter V
3. Apex Legend
kellerkindt Jan 13, 2020
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  • Supporter Plus
1. Cyberpunk 2077
2. Cyberpunk 2077
3. Cyberpunk 2077


More seriously

1. Cyberpunk 2077
2. Red Dead Redemption 2
3. ... Planet Zoo?

Last edited by kellerkindt on 13 January 2020 at 7:45 pm UTC
Liam Dawe Jan 13, 2020
Quoting: GuestI'd like to see them focus on games that don't run via Steam Play. Porting a game that can be played already through Steam seems wasted effort in my opinion
Don't agree, especially when it's popular games. Steam Play can break with any game update, as is now the case with Monster Hunter going from seemingly great to unplayable in a single update ;)

Support is what we need. Proton is great for older titles not being updated constantly.

Edit: I can pull up numerous other examples of this happening to other games too for Proton.

Last edited by Liam Dawe on 13 January 2020 at 9:14 pm UTC
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