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If you're excited about the release of Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II for Linux you may want to tune in to Feral Interactive's livestream on Wednesday.

This Wednesday we take the first ever look at Dawn of War II for Linux, live on Twitch: https://t.co/kbDZOaA0zS #FeralPlays pic.twitter.com/CApnHt1LUZ

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) September 26, 2016


It will be at 5PM UTC (BST is british summer time which is +1). Be sure to follow Feral Interactive on Twitch. For those that don't know, you can use livestreamer [Official Site] to watch Twitch streams with your favourite desktop player.

Sadly I won't be there as it's during family time for me, so you will have to let me know how it goes. I will likely have my usual port report up on the games at release.

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MiYzu 26 Sep, 2016
Nice I'm looking forward
MayeulC 26 Sep, 2016
I might try to watch it; is it possible without flash?
hardpenguin 26 Sep, 2016
Quoting: MyeulCI might try to watch it; is it possible without flash?

Quoting: Liam's newspostFor those that don't know, you can use livestreamer [Official Site] to watch Twitch streams with your favourite desktop player.
MiYzu 26 Sep, 2016
Quoting: MyeulCI might try to watch it; is it possible without flash?
There is also html5 player in beta on twitch.
skinnyraf 26 Sep, 2016
Definitely must see for me.
0aTT 26 Sep, 2016
I got the game within a Humble Bundle. Never thought that I could play it once. :)
cRaZy-bisCuiT 26 Sep, 2016
If you like to follow several streams on a regular base, it might be a good idea to go for Livestreamer Twitch GUI. The program helps you to configure your custom player as well as notifies you of streams going live. It has the option tu use a nice, dark ui and Login to your Twitch Account to chat as well.

There should also be packages provided for your favorite distro as well as Windows.

Livestreamer Twitch Gui + MPV = <3


Last edited by cRaZy-bisCuiT on 26 September 2016 at 2:00 pm UTC
MayeulC 26 Sep, 2016
Quoting: hardpenguin
Quoting: MyeulCI might try to watch it; is it possible without flash?

Quoting: Liam's newspostFor those that don't know, you can use livestreamer [Official Site] to watch Twitch streams with your favourite desktop player.
How did I miss that? Thanks!

Quoting: cRaZy-bisCuiTIf you like to follow several streams on a regular base, it might be a good idea to go for Livestreamer Twitch GUI. The program helps you to configure your custom player as well as notifies you of streams going live. It has the option tu use a nice, dark ui and Login to your Twitch Account to chat as well.

There should also be packages provided for your favorite distro as well as Windows.

Livestreamer Twitch Gui + MPV = <3

Thanks for the tip, I will try it as soon as I get home. I might start watching streams, after all.
linux_gamer 26 Sep, 2016
That' really cool! Makes quite a bit sense as they are releasing the day after. But why advertising with BST, I bet more costumers use CEST, BREXIT?
MayeulC 26 Sep, 2016
Quoting: linuxgamerThat' really cool! Makes quite a bit sense as they are releasing the day after. But why advertising with BST, I bet more costumers use CEST, BREXIT?

I actually had to google BST, to be fair. I think the real question here is why not GMT/UTC? This is the only one needed, in my opinion. Giving something else force people to lookup the difference between the given timezone and GMT, then convert back to theirs :/

Well, just gave a shot at livestramer (twitch gui). It works great, though not with vlc, interestingly. I think I will just stay with mpv for the time being, then.
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