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Feral Interactive will livestream DiRT Rally on March 1st

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For those wanting to see DiRT Rally on Linux for the first time ever, Feral Interactive will be doing a livestream the day before release on March 1st.

Their Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/feralinteractive

It will be at 6PM UTC, but here's a countdown timer so you know when exactly:


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tuubi 25 February 2017 at 7:34 pm UTC
I'll be there to annoyingly beg for a launch discount. ;)
1xok 25 February 2017 at 7:37 pm UTC
So cool to have this on Linux. I hope the Steam Controller will be supported.
STiAT 26 February 2017 at 12:53 am UTC
I don't want to see it. I want to play it!
saildata 26 February 2017 at 4:14 am UTC
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If it's the same guys that did the Hitman preview, they did a really good job of interacting with the audience. I wish more shops would do the same --

tuubiI'll be there to annoyingly beg for a launch discount. ;)

Please do!


Last edited by saildata on 26 February 2017 at 4:15 am UTC
TobiSGD 26 February 2017 at 2:18 pm UTC
If it is good enough for streaming it is good enough for playing. They should just release it instead of baiting people that are waiting eagerly for the port.
1xok 26 February 2017 at 2:29 pm UTC
TobiSGDIf it is good enough for streaming it is good enough for playing. They should just release it instead of baiting people that are waiting eagerly for the port.
Release dates are typically carved in stone and can not be moved easily. What do you think how many people are involved in this? This is not just Feral.

I enjoy Feral's streams and just like to watch them. It's cool to have a stream just one day before the release. This has become a nice tradition between Feral an the community.

Of course they could do without it, but who would benefit? The game would not appear a second earlier without the stream.


Last edited by 1xok on 26 February 2017 at 2:30 pm UTC
TobiSGD 26 February 2017 at 4:39 pm UTC
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TobiSGDIf it is good enough for streaming it is good enough for playing. They should just release it instead of baiting people that are waiting eagerly for the port.
Release dates are typically carved in stone and can not be moved easily. What do you think how many people are involved in this? This is not just Feral.

I enjoy Feral's streams and just like to watch them. It's cool to have a stream just one day before the release. This has become a nice tradition between Feral an the community.

Of course they could do without it, but who would benefit? The game would not appear a second earlier without the stream.
And here you can see the difficulties of marketing. I don't enjoy that at all, to me it looks more like "Look, we have this totally playable game here and show you us playing with it! How sad that we can't give it to you right now, you will only get it later, poor boy!".
It looks almost like they want to insult their customers.
The_Aquabat 27 February 2017 at 5:13 am UTC
at nuuvem.com there is a carnival sale for south america for 41 reales (14 usd).
tuubi 27 February 2017 at 8:52 am UTC
chancho_zombieat nuuvem.com there is a carnival sale for south america for 41 reales (14 usd).
Shows $23.99 for me, but Feral wouldn't get a cent. I'm hoping they'll have a 50% off launch sale in their own store and Steam like they did with Hitman.
ellie_feral 27 February 2017 at 10:23 am UTC
TobiSGD
PixelPi
TobiSGDIf it is good enough for streaming it is good enough for playing. They should just release it instead of baiting people that are waiting eagerly for the port.
Release dates are typically carved in stone and can not be moved easily. What do you think how many people are involved in this? This is not just Feral.

I enjoy Feral's streams and just like to watch them. It's cool to have a stream just one day before the release. This has become a nice tradition between Feral an the community.

Of course they could do without it, but who would benefit? The game would not appear a second earlier without the stream.
And here you can see the difficulties of marketing. I don't enjoy that at all, to me it looks more like "Look, we have this totally playable game here and show you us playing with it! How sad that we can't give it to you right now, you will only get it later, poor boy!".
It looks almost like they want to insult their customers.

It's playable, but that doesn't mean it's releasable. Mysterious, right?
Besides, one of the reasons why we do these streams is to show the game to Linux users who aren't yet sure if they want it themselves. I think it's pretty awesome that you're already keen to play it. Our job is already done.

@PixelPi @saildata Thanks very much!
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