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For those who love their games that involve sports, Football Story sounds like it could be one to watch. It's being developed by fructus temporum, with publishing by Crytivo (The Universim).

Football Story will put your skills to the test in an ultra fun multiplayer mode and tug at your heartstrings in a narrative-driven single-player campaign. When you're not showing off in a PVP football match, explore a massive city littered with quests and interesting activities. Bolster your reputation, earn experience, customize your character, and craft your own story.

They've yet to put out a full trailer, so here's some shots of it:

It's made pretty clear on the Steam store page that Linux will be supported, with it also noted on the Crytivo store page (their publisher).

Features:

  • Cross-Platform Multiplayer
  • 8-Player Matches
  • Deep Customization
  • Unique Training System
  • 4 Diverse Stories to Experience in Single Player
  • Massive City to Explore
  • Varied Quests
  • Team Management System

No word on the release date yet, so we shall follow it along.

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buenaventura 18 March 2019 at 11:29 am UTC
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Wow, looks really nice! I want it! Wish listed!
Phlebiac 19 March 2019 at 4:34 am UTC
Seems like an odd combo; I would think most players would want mostly one or the other of the football/soccer, or the adventuring. Can a single game really pull off both aspects well, without frustrating players?
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