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Seems like Feral Interactive may have a few surprises for Linux in 2020

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Porting studio Feral Interactive [Official Site] have already given Linux a lot of games and it sounds like more are coming.

While this year they've already released Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, a Vulkan beta for Shadow of Mordor, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS and DiRT 4 plus big updates/expansions to Company of Heroes 2 and Total War: WARHAMMER II. Still to come is Life is Strange 2, which Feral previously teased to arrive sometime soon.

After that, we already know Feral is porting Total War Saga: TROY but what about more games, is that the end of it for Linux? Going by their replies to people on Twitter, like this one "We may have a few Linux games planned for 2020... ;)" they seem to indicate there may be some surprises for us next year.

That's good news of course, since Steam Play/Proton was an obvious worry that they might stop porting. There's tons of games that are completely broken with Steam Play and plenty that perform really badly that Feral could certainly do their porting magic with. Actual support would be good too and Feral certainly know what they're doing.

What game would you like to see Feral port to Linux and support?

Hat tip to NuSuey.

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Eike 12 Dec, 2019
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QuoteWhat game would you like to see Feral port to Linux and support?

I'm overly happy already that they don't stop, but as you're asking...
Red Dead Redemption II
Leopard 12 Dec, 2019
Yeah , it is obvious new Total War games are on the way , duh :|
mikhail 12 Dec, 2019
> What game would you like to see Feral port to Linux and support?
Gears 5, Forza Horizon 4, PUBG, Resident Evil 2 Remaster (and other games which not working under Proton due to EAC and MFPLAT), Division 2 (because of exclusivity of EPIC store and not available in steam), Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, FAR CRY5 and FAR CRY New Down (because under Proton not working networking code and impossible playing this game in co-op)
Marky 12 Dec, 2019
I'd love it if they ported Sunset Overdrive, Outer Worlds, Greedfall, Remnant: From the Ashes or Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Para-Gliding 12 Dec, 2019
borderland 3, outer world, rune II, control, assassin's creed odyssey
mylka 12 Dec, 2019
war thunder (VULKAN fix)

Last edited by mylka on 12 December 2019 at 1:47 pm UTC
sub 12 Dec, 2019
Quoting: Eike
QuoteWhat game would you like to see Feral port to Linux and support?

I'm overly happy already that they don't stop, but as you're asking...
Red Dead Redemption II

I'd love to see a native build of RDR2.
But it won't happen.

Since they have done the Stadia version in house,
it would be technically no big thing to get it out.
I'm sure, like many others, it's Rockstar's business decision not to release on the Linux desktop. :/

Last edited by sub on 12 December 2019 at 1:57 pm UTC
ageres 12 Dec, 2019
Feral are into Switch and Android/iOS now, so I think they use Linux as a testing ground for porting games to other platforms. It probably means they won't abandon Linux even if it's not profitable.
I'd like them to port Insurgency: Sandstorm or Resident Evil 3 remake. Apparently RE2 doesn't work on Linux with the newest Ryzen CPUs, so I cannot play it since I've got a new computer. I'm afraid RE3 wouldn't run either (RE7 does work though). It also would be ironic if Feral ported Halo: MCC.
Erzfeind 12 Dec, 2019
Borderlands 3
BielFPs 12 Dec, 2019
In my opinion any AAA that's not turn-based or racing game.
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