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Life Is Strange is coming to Linux & SteamOS by Feral Interactive

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Update: It was on purpose, it's the real deal. See this comment. Article updated to reflect this new info.

Feral Interactive have updated their teaser radar to show that Life Is Strange is coming to Linux/SteamOS and Mac. The only official announcement for now is Mac App Store, but it is now confirmed to be coming to Linux. We already sort of knew this thanks to SteamDB info

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Looks like it was the "Drifting Snows" teaser they sent out in April.

Oh Feral, how we love you.

About the game (Official)
Life Is Strange is a five part episodic game that sets out to revolutionise story based choice and consequence games by allowing the player to rewind time and affect the past, present and future.

You are Max, a photography senior who saves her old friend Chloe by discovering she can rewind time. The pair soon find themselves exposed to the darker side of Arcadia Bay as they uncover the disturbing truth behind the sudden disappearance of a fellow student.

Meanwhile, Max begins to have premonitions as she struggles to understand the implications of her power. She must quickly learn that changing the past can sometimes lead to a devastating future. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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burnall 1 Jun, 2016
I wonder how Linux gaming would look like without a Feral guys. I would like to thank them and as well wish for many ports to come in the feature. :)
OLucasZanella 1 Jun, 2016
Already know the ending through YouTube videos. Will buy it just because Linux.
aL 1 Jun, 2016
Quoting: burnallI wonder how Linux gaming would look like without a Feral guys. I would like to thank them and as well wish for many ports to come in the feature. :)

feral is the kind of thing that if it didnt existed, it had to be invented...reaaly looking forward to it
PublicNuisance 2 Jun, 2016
One of the best games of recent memory. I already bought an played it a while back but will buy it again in a heartbeat to support the Lknux version.
ziabice 2 Jun, 2016
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Feral, can you please stop porting games I already own and played using WINE? Thank you!

Please bring us: Sleeping Dogs DE, Batman, Deus Ex: HR, Hitman, or whatever you already ported to Mac OS X that's not a RTS game that I don't own.

Cheers,
My wallet
aL 2 Jun, 2016
Quoting: ziabiceFeral, can you please stop porting games I already own and played using WINE? Thank you!

Please bring us: Sleeping Dogs DE, Batman, Deus Ex: HR, Hitman, or whatever you already ported to Mac OS X that's not a RTS game that I don't own.

Cheers,
My wallet

maybe you can put the list of your games on advance, so they can work on it...

Or you could stop using wine and play things that are on linux already. My backlog of native linux games is longer that I would like already :)
ziabice 3 Jun, 2016
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Quoting: aL
Quoting: ziabiceFeral, can you please stop porting games I already own and played using WINE? Thank you!

Please bring us: Sleeping Dogs DE, Batman, Deus Ex: HR, Hitman, or whatever you already ported to Mac OS X that's not a RTS game that I don't own.

Cheers,
My wallet

maybe you can put the list of your games on advance, so they can work on it...

Or you could stop using wine and play things that are on linux already. My backlog of native linux games is longer that I would like already :)

You are right.

I'm having this backlog drama: 450 games, 305 running on Linux, the ones I actually want to play are the other 145...
Shmerl 3 Jun, 2016
A pity it's Square Enix, so no DRM-free release is to be expected. The game sounds interesting, but it's another in the list I'll skip.
Liam Dawe 3 Jun, 2016
Quoting: ShmerlA pity it's Square Enix, so no DRM-free release is to be expected. The game sounds interesting, but it's another in the list I'll skip.
It's looking like all of Feral's games will be Steam games, you're missing out on a lot.
Shmerl 3 Jun, 2016
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Quoting: ShmerlA pity it's Square Enix, so no DRM-free release is to be expected. The game sounds interesting, but it's another in the list I'll skip.
It's looking like all of Feral's games will be Steam games, you're missing out on a lot.

Possible, but I'm not sure if Feral are on purpose actively looking to work only on DRMed games, or it's just a coincidence? In general, the vast majority of Japanese publishers are DRM inclined, even worse than US or European ones.


Last edited by Shmerl on 3 June 2016 at 7:07 pm UTC
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