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Get thinking, as Feral Interactive are teasing another new Linux port

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That's right, even though we don't know what their last Linux port hint was about, Feral Interactive have begun teasing another new Linux port.

Here's the new teaser:


"O VAIN ILLUSION OF GLORY AND GRANDEUR"

It's worth noting, that this is in the outermost section of their radar, in the "Quite soon" section, so it could be a few months away yet.

It's really great to see more Linux ports pop up on their radar, after they've been a little quiet recently. We at least know they now have another two titles planned for Linux — exciting!

You can find the teaser on their port radar here. Any thoughts on what it might be?

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rkfg 3 October 2017 at 4:38 pm UTC
SamsaiPicture has a guy with a beard. Guess what game has dudes with beards? Skyrim. So, it's Skyrim and you can cite me as a reputable source.
To hell with that, it's time to admit that the game in question is Delve Deeper (because it has dudes with beards). That's what everyone wants!

Spoiler, click me
Or it could be A Game of Dwarves. Also dudes. Also beards.
tuubi 3 October 2017 at 4:53 pm UTC
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SamsaiPicture has a guy with a beard. Guess what game has dudes with beards? Skyrim. So, it's Skyrim and you can cite me as a reputable source.
A reputable source of what? Salt?
TheRiddick 4 October 2017 at 1:26 am UTC
NICE, once this happens I will buy RotTR, I really liked the first one even thought I didn't finish it (50%), it was great. I did have performance issues at the time in certain areas because I insist on running 4k on my FuryX which is really pushing it (some areas run 20fps despite what the benchmark might claim).

I expected to have a Vega64 by now but the release is a mess and no ITX variants in sight, so it looks like I wait for Navi or a significant pricedrop on the 1080ti Mini card. So a long wait..... (this is one of main reasons why I have stopped buying games for Linux as of late, I need my hardware to support 4k@60fps more consistently, and atm it struggles)


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Brisse 4 October 2017 at 8:24 am UTC
TheRiddickI did have performance issues at the time in certain areas because I insist on running 4k on my FuryX which is really pushing it (some areas run 20fps despite what the benchmark might claim).

It's not your PC, it's the port. I'm running a Fury at 1440p and played this game on Windows back when it came out. Actually I think I had just a R9 290X back then, but the game was butter smooth no matter what. On Linux, there are performance issues in big open areas and whenever there is a big smoke pillar visible on the screen. Those issues are not present on the Windows version.

Also played RotTR before ditching Windows. Fury at 1440p with very high graphics using DX12 and Freesync. No performance issues and the game looked absolutely gorgeous. One of the best looking games to date in my opinion.
Kels 4 October 2017 at 1:27 pm UTC
Vain Illusion? That's gotta be Skyrim! Everyone tells me the idea it'll come to Linux is a vain hope!
Power-Metal-Games 4 October 2017 at 2:06 pm UTC
White head Slavic guy. It's simple, it's Witcher 3.
savagehands 8 October 2017 at 3:47 pm UTC
I really hope it's tomb raider, I've been holding out buying it so I can show my Linux support. Lol
psycho_driver 9 October 2017 at 3:07 am UTC
rkfg
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rkfgWow, is this the first time we actually solved the Feral's riddle? Unfortunately, they don't explain the logic behind them even after the release, but this one looks really convincing.

Pretty much all of them have been figured out ahead of time, if not (seemingly) as conclusive as this one.
Oh, I'd like to read about that. For instance, "deep charge" is still a mystery for me. All I remember is that people usually name the games they want to be ported or if they saw the depots on SteamDB. Probably I haven't followed those threads long enough for the answer to really surface...

Depth Charge was never released so we'll never know if the speculators were correct or not. The smart money for that one was on Evolve.
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