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Oh boy, not long after the release of Tomb Raider and Feral Interactive have started teasing a new port again.

In the "Soon" section of their port radar is this new teaser:
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Begin the guessing game again folks, you're way smarter than I am at this detective work!

It's in the "Soon" section, so it could be a few months away yet. They still have two Linux/Mac titles in the "Very Soon" section they haven't yet confirmed the name of, so it's quite exciting.

Their last port does have some performance issues, so hopefully they aren't being overworked and moving to rush out ports. I have been greatly enjoying Tomb Raider myself even with the big FPS drops, but a tasty performance patch would be rather welcome. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Linas 3 May, 2016
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Ummm... Homeworld?
BTRE 3 May, 2016
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I know that that type of drum is a jembe, a traditional West African kind. It has a reputation for being loud and distinctive. So maybe something that involves a beat of some sort? No idea about the spacious skies.
STiAT 3 May, 2016
Would love if it was FarCry, but I highly doubt it.
Akamanah 3 May, 2016
And i teasering divided by two perfomance compared with wine/windows.


Last edited by Akamanah on 3 May 2016 at 12:43 pm UTC
MacabreHeart 3 May, 2016
So there is a system called the Jemba Inertia Notes System which is used in Rallying, as in car racing. My bet is thus Dirt Rally due to them porting most of the other racing titles on Linux


Last edited by MacabreHeart on 3 May 2016 at 12:43 pm UTC
Vloz 3 May, 2016
That's sounds ugly, but I personally prefer a lot of rushed ports with bad perf than a few optimized ones.
I mean, if your current pc isn't strong enough to play TR, at least your next pc will. I dont think that comparing windows/linux framerate is the priority right now when i see the tons of games i m awaiting on linux.
Tak 3 May, 2016
"O beautiful for spacious skies" is the first line of America the Beautiful
BTRE 3 May, 2016
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Quoting: MacabreHeartSo there is a system called the Jemba Inertia Notes System which is used in Rallying, as in car racing. My bet is thus Dirt Rally due to them porting most of the other racing titles on Linux

Yeah, I forgot that we still "don't know" who is porting that. That makes sense. They did Autosport, too, so hopefully it'll be as good of a port as that.
Leerdeck 3 May, 2016
Hmmm.. Bongo drums... that means Africa?.... Gorillas... Winston?! Of course the only right answer is: Overwatch!


...Another victory for logic!
glidder 3 May, 2016
No Man's Sky? Although admittedly, I'm having difficulties finding a relation with the djembe...

According to wikipedia:
Quote- It's a goblet drum
- The name comes from "everyone gather together in peace".
- It's origins are related to the Numu and the Mali Empire

Any ideas?


Last edited by glidder on 3 May 2016 at 1:07 pm UTC
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