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It's time to bug Feral Interactive about future port requests once again

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Feral Interactive, the absolute monster when it comes to big Linux game ports is asking what you want to see again.

You all know Feral by now, they've ported HITMAN, F1 2017, Mad Max, Dawn of War III, Life is Strange, XCOM, XCOM 2, DiRT Rally and many more seriously good games to Linux. On top of that, they still have an existing teaser up that they haven't yet announced, all we know is that it's coming to Linux.

On Twitter, they asked this recently:

It’s a New Year full of new possibilities! If you could only have one new game for macOS, Linux or mobile in 2018, which one would it be? And why? We can’t promise that your dreams will come true, but the best answers will star in our email newsletter.

Naturally, Feral lurk in our comments, so feel free to post here as well as I'm sure they will be taking note. 

For me personally, I would like a new open-world game that I can travel around and sink plenty of hours into. Something to allow time to fade away and forget about all lifes problems.

So—what do you want Feral to bring to Linux next?

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TapocoL 25 January 2018 at 11:36 pm UTC
PUBG or Fortnite

I believe there is much to gain for Feral in that genre on Linux. More importantly for me, I believe games with those player concurrent player count leads to more people giving Linux a try. With more people using Linux means more games ported to Linux. Which means I have more games to choose between on my platform. And really, we just want me to play more games, right?

Oh, and I will buy and play PUBG or Fortnite if they were on Linux.
cybrid 26 January 2018 at 3:27 am UTC
My picks:
Final Fantasy XIV - mostly because I already play this one, but also because it makes sense with an existing Mac port. Plus Squeenix is getting friendlier with Tux these days.

Any or all of the Rocksteady Batman games (Arkham Asylum/City/Knight)

Burnout Paradise

Wolfenstein (Old Blood/New Order) and Wolfenstein II
spoonie_au 26 January 2018 at 7:22 am UTC
+1 The Witcher 3 or KillingFloor 2
liju 26 January 2018 at 1:01 pm UTC

For all those millions of Chinese players with pirated Windows 7.

At first it sounds funny but if chinese players learn that you don't need a pirated Windows to play PUBG then I see lots of new Linux users and therefore lots of new customers for new Feral Linux ports.

This sounds really interesting. I second that. Feral would just need to make sure the performance of the port is on par or even better (that should make some non-China players consider moving to Linux as well).

Wow, thinking of it is like dreaming.
liju 26 January 2018 at 1:01 pm UTC
JahimselfMy wishlist would be some game that I could play multiplayer with friends, or some of the ultimate pc title, which make the best use of hardware, and also have good narration behind it:
-Witcher 3
-NieR Automata
-Shadow Warrior 2
-Half Life 3 (just kidding)
-Rayman Origins & Legends
-Prince of Persia trilogy mac & linux

-Age of Empires 2, age of empires 1 DE & Age of Empires 4
-Rainbow Six Siege
-Quake Champions
-Killing Floor 2

Prince of Persia trilogy!!!
pageround 26 January 2018 at 4:54 pm UTC
DCS World, please!
Brisse 26 January 2018 at 6:06 pm UTC
pageroundDCS World, please!

I just read earlier today that they are looking at Vulkan. First I thought, why, it's performing perfectly well after they implemented their new engine running on d3d11. Hmmm.... LINUX!? Then I realized it's probably to improve the VR experience, but one could only hope they are looking at us as well.

Haven't played with it in a few years though. I really liked it but at some point I got too fed up by the draconic DRM, increasingly large amount of smaller DLC's splitting the game to pieces, the never ending simultaneous dual branches (1.5|2.0), the promises of awesome modules which never came until years or even decades after their initial expectations. Ended up selling my flight sim hardware and a lot of DCS modules. Back then you could sell them second hand but they don't allow that now so I'm glad I jumped ship when I did actually.
slaapliedje 27 January 2018 at 6:14 pm UTC
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I wish we could get Elite: Dangerous ported. It's about the only game I reboot into Windows for. I mean lately I decided to win the latest Doom, but other than that it's been all Elite.
stud68 27 January 2018 at 8:55 pm UTC
Would like Bioshock + Bioshock 2. Remastered or not.
Also +1 for any LEGO games.
tpau 28 January 2018 at 11:11 am UTC
Is adding a wine-like wrapper considered a port these days? still feels wrong to me
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