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A developer from Bohemia Interactive wants to know your interest in the Arma 3 Linux port
3 August 2018 at 6:26 pm UTC Likes: 3

I'm more interested in Arma 4... And getting a proper cross-platform from the very start.

A look at some top Linux games released in 2018
25 July 2018 at 2:54 pm UTC Likes: 17

+1 for the FeralTime™

What are you playing this weekend and what do you think about it?
14 July 2018 at 12:21 pm UTC

Decided to give Ballistic another go, but that game is just not my type of shooter. So deleted it after playing a couple of matches.

It's kinda disappoiting what we have available for play.

Ballistic Overkill set to get an exciting sounding update with a new game mode
10 July 2018 at 2:24 pm UTC Likes: 1

liamdawe
argaman123I think you should have a look on that old trello post I found a long time ago.
I asked them about it in a discussion on steam before about a year, and they said that it's not their main goal back then.
So far, this website shows almost every single update that ever came out, way before it did, so I think it might be correct this time.
Oh, now that's interesting. A smaller mode, where you each have to pick a unique class - sounds good and should make games quite varied instead of three invisible ninjas running around
That has been my main issue with this game and it sure turned my off.

Techland haven't decided if Dying Light 2 will be on Linux
29 June 2018 at 9:44 am UTC Likes: 5

I thought that by now, devs would have started programming with multiplatform in mind from the very start.
Not doing so, shows where MAC and GNU/Linux are at.

Feral Interactive have no plans to put their Linux ports on GOG
20 June 2018 at 8:16 pm UTC

I honestly am worried for Liam's DB server. It's gonna explode!


Jokes aside.
It would be fine for the old titles to be stuck as Steam-only, if Feral did release future ones to more than just Steam (no stores mentioned!).
Well that or push for Valve to finally add 64bit client.
Either floats my boat, really.

And I don't see how would anyone be affected from this, to go like crazy about it.
Though I suppose somebody will. I start to think that no matter what, some people will always act like crazy.

Feral Interactive have no plans to put their Linux ports on GOG
20 June 2018 at 4:15 pm UTC Likes: 2

I think we need to agree, that we do not agree.
We shall agree, that we do not have to agree…

I hope you understand what I'm saying.


This have turned into this GOG vs Steam debates.
Even worse - it turned into DRM vs DRM-free.

Neither are needed. And there are planty of places for that, to begin with…

I hope both sides see what they actually say. You have went extreme.
I guess nobody likes when nature get's extreme… Pond on that one. At least for a second.

Feral Interactive have no plans to put their Linux ports on GOG
20 June 2018 at 10:31 am UTC

GNU/Linux game pirating is a thing and thank God. For if it wasn't, I wouldn't be able to play the Steam games I have actually paid for…

Feral Interactive have no plans to put their Linux ports on GOG
19 June 2018 at 9:14 am UTC

TheSHEEEPYeah, I also don't get the problems people have with Steam.
"You need to have Steam open and running to play the games!" - So I open Steam and run the game. No problem here. In addition to an inbuilt chat, I also get an inbuilt browser, community, workshop... all of which is optional, of course.

You fail to see the technical side of things. Like the requirement to have 32bit, just to play your 64bit games.
And I know you have nothing against that. No need to tell me.

Time and again, I've seen sheepies do unreasonable stuff only on the will of the shepherd.
when they have realised what had happend, they would probably swear the shepherd if they could.
But what does it matter? In the end we ate The sheep.

By the way, you all have forgotten that you could actually play all this games on Windows… to begin with.
I see no one condemning, all the demand to get game X on GNU/Linux.

Feral Interactive have no plans to put their Linux ports on GOG
18 June 2018 at 2:21 pm UTC Likes: 1

skinnyrafDo Feral ports use Steam DRM? Or do they use Steam only as a distribution platform and perhaps the runtime? Is it possible to run a game from Feral directly, without the Steam client running in the background?

I'm asking, as I play all of their games on a Steam Machine without a keyboard attached, so don't have too many options for investigating...
All the games I have (pretty much all that are worth having, before Rise of Tomb Raider), can not be played without the Steam client. Yes, I have actually thought of that and tested.

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