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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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vlademir1 1 February 2018 at 10:51 am UTC
ScooptaExcept they don't demonstrate demand...all stats collected will show wine users as Windows users. The only way they know we're on wine is if we tell them at which point just tell them we want a Linux version.

Sorry for the confusion there. That "...when they at least provide a way for us on Linux to demonstrate demand" is kind of badly worded on my part and is intended specifically to be about the use of Wine wrapper APIs in porting, not the full wine system install use case.
Scoopta 1 February 2018 at 11:14 am UTC
vlademir1
ScooptaExcept they don't demonstrate demand...all stats collected will show wine users as Windows users. The only way they know we're on wine is if we tell them at which point just tell them we want a Linux version.

Sorry for the confusion there. That "...when they at least provide a way for us on Linux to demonstrate demand" is kind of badly worded on my part and is intended specifically to be about the use of Wine wrapper APIs in porting, not the full wine system install use case.
Oh ok. I don't really approve of wrappers but I understand your point. I guess that's on way of looking at it.
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