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Feral Interactive are teasing a brand new native Linux port

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All aboard the hype train, as Feral Interactive are setting off with a new native Linux game that's being teased on their port radar.

For their Tweet:

5PM on a Friday, we're getting ready for the #BankHolidayWeekend to start, and the Feral Radar decides to kick into life with a new blip for macOS and Linux. Well, whatever. We'll fix that rusty old thing on Tuesday. Okay, bye!

Here it is:

"Working with fire and steel" huh—anyone got any thoughts? I have a lot that come to mind, but I don't think I've ever managed to guess a single one of them correctly, they're always a damn good surprise.

Really great to see more coming from Feral, I sure do hope they have more on the way too. They're a company that has supported Linux really well for a long time now, both in terms of games and wider community efforts.

What a week!

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riusma 24 Aug, 2018
"Working with fire and steel" is a song from China Crisis... there is always a song in the clue!
Expalphalog 24 Aug, 2018
The most obvious thing to spring to mind is Starforge (Star from the picture, Forge from the description) but considering that game is old, everyone hated it, and I think it's even free now, I doubt that's what they are teasing.
beniwtv 24 Aug, 2018
I AM indeed hyped! :D
jens 24 Aug, 2018
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I don't even try to guess, but please let it be "Shadow of the Tomb Raider" :)
(although I wouldn't mind to wait for a year or two until there is a game of the year edition)

PS: Good timing from Feral!


Last edited by jens on 24 August 2018 at 5:18 pm UTC
Dunc 24 Aug, 2018
My immediate thought was Mount & Blade: Bannerlord, since a previous release was “With Fire & Sword”, but I think that's paradoxically* both too on-the-nose and not close enough. :)

I suspect Expalphalog might be on to something with “forge”. But I don't really follow games that aren't already on Linux very closely, so I'm struggling to think of recent ones with “forge” in the title. I'm sure there are some.

*See what I did there? Also, it's unlikely Feral would port a Paradox title.
Pinguino 24 Aug, 2018
What a week!
Duke Takeshi 24 Aug, 2018
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I gave up guessing last time when "proud seat of lucifer" teased total war: warhammer II and there were so many clues leading to Hellblade.
Liam Dawe 24 Aug, 2018
Quoting: PatolaFire & Steel applies to a lot of games... But I wonder when Feral will port Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.
That title did come to mind. I would love it if so.
PublicNuisance 24 Aug, 2018
Quoting: Duke TakeshiI gave up guessing last time when "proud seat of lucifer" teased total war: warhammer II and there were so many clues leading to Hellblade.

Same here, I was dead certain it would have been Hellblade or Agony. With Microsoft now owning Team Ninja I doubt we ever see a native release of Hellblade for Linux.
sbolokanov 24 Aug, 2018
Quoting: PatolaFire & Steel applies to a lot of games... But I wonder when Feral will port Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

IF*

That game is one of the little that have my interest, actually. But it's been some time and we have to face it… maybe we won't have it at all.
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