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Feral Interactive are teasing movement on Life is Strange 2 for Linux

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After confirming Life is Strange 2 would get a Linux port back in October of 2018, Feral Interactive haven't said too much about it until today.

The fifth and final episode of Life is Strange 2 was released today, so to mark the occasion the porting studio put a post on Twitter to say:

Life is Strange 2 for macOS and Linux is nearing the end of its journey. We will have some more info for you shortly. This is the trip that could bond Sean and Daniel forever… or tear their brotherhood apart.

It's quite likely that they were simply waiting to release it for Linux (and macOS) all in one go, which is what they've done for multiple other titles. Shame we have to wait, but then getting it all in one go is also quite fun.

After thoroughly enjoying Life is Strange and Before the Storm, I'm very keen to see what exciting twists they have in store for us with Life is Strange 2 considering the new protagonists. I always enjoy the epic soundtracks they come with too!

Life is Strange 2 key features:

  • Award Winning Story-Telling
  • Daniel is always learning from Sean – and what you teach him has far-reaching consequences.
  • Stunning visuals and hand-painted textures.
  • Emotive original soundtrack from Jonathan Morali, composer of the original Life is Strange - plus licensed tracks from Phoenix, The Streets, Sufjan Stevens, Bloc Party, First Aid Kit, and more.

When Feral do give out some details, we will let you know.

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Eike 3 December 2019 at 5:16 pm UTC
1) Great!

2) We do need new teasers (for something but being Total War) now.
The_Aquabat 3 December 2019 at 8:01 pm UTC
I bet the Sufjan Stevens songs include this... very Life is strangish.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJJT00wqlOo
Kandarihu 3 December 2019 at 8:19 pm UTC
I think my love for Feral Interactive is coming to an end. They used to port games that I cared about. I love their ports for XCOM and Mad Max and Shadow of Mordor. There are a few AAA games that I would love to play on Linux. I'm thinking something along the lines of Dark Souls (or any of it's sequels or clones), Just Cause, Shadow of War (when they fix the grindiness), Nier Automata, Sleeping Dogs, ANY of the Tales of games, stuff like that. And ESPECIALLY Monster Hunter World.

More Life is Strange!? I really don't have any interest in that.

We need more Linux porting companies like Feral to cover more AAA games so that porting decisions like this don't become so freaking costly.
Mohandevir 3 December 2019 at 8:38 pm UTC
KandarihuI think my love for Feral Interactive is coming to an end. They used to port games that I cared about. I love their ports for XCOM and Mad Max and Shadow of Mordor. There are a few AAA games that I would love to play on Linux. I'm thinking something along the lines of Dark Souls (or any of it's sequels or clones), Just Cause, Shadow of War (when they fix the grindiness), Nier Automata, Sleeping Dogs, ANY of the Tales of games, stuff like that. And ESPECIALLY Monster Hunter World.

More Life is Strange!? I really don't have any interest in that.

We need more Linux porting companies like Feral to cover more AAA games so that porting decisions like this don't become so freaking costly.

Unfortunately, it's probably not Feral's decision to not port the games you mentionned. These big studios lost interest in Linux. The only way to play much of these games, now and in the forseeable futur, is via Proton/Wine/Lutris/...


Last edited by Mohandevir on 3 December 2019 at 8:51 pm UTC
Kors 3 December 2019 at 8:52 pm UTC
Nobody deserves such punishment.
There is lots of cool games to port and they choose LiS2.
Linux is in such a weird position these days.
I would love to play Grid or Monster Hunter.
Mohandevir 3 December 2019 at 8:57 pm UTC
KorsNobody deserves such punishment.
There is lots of cool games to port and they choose LiS2.
Linux is in such a weird position these days.
I would love to play Grid or Monster Hunter.

You mean Monster Hunter: World? Did it stopped working? Wasn't it whitelisted by Valve for Proton?

Edit: It's not been whitelisted but:

https://www.protondb.com/app/582010


Last edited by Mohandevir on 3 December 2019 at 8:58 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 3 December 2019 at 9:08 pm UTC
Wow some people are miserable, some of us greatly enjoyed the LiS series.
The_Aquabat 3 December 2019 at 9:45 pm UTC
I understand that some ppl don't like it but I wouldn't say it's a bad game, just not for everyone. I enjoyed rewinding to experience the different endings.


Last edited by The_Aquabat on 3 December 2019 at 9:53 pm UTC
Maath 3 December 2019 at 9:59 pm UTC
I suspect there is an age range demographic to which Life is Strange caters. I tried the free first chapter, but it did not resonate with my memory of high school.
Comandante Ñoñardo 3 December 2019 at 10:14 pm UTC
Vulkan port?

By the way, episode 1 should be FREE, like They did with the first game.
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