Feral Interactive He has done it again, as usual lately, he is carrying DIRT 4 for Linux. It is originally developed by Codemasters for PC and game consoles, the same studio that develops the official F1 video game, GRID Autosport and many more well-known titles in the digital entertainment industry. And now Feral are working to support GNU / Linux distros with this port.
It has been made official and public through Feral's Twitter account, where it has been confirmed that it will be released in 2019. So there will not be much left to add it to the growing list of video games for Linux, which has more and better quality every time. Thanks to Feral for DIRT 4, Life is Strange 2, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Total War: Three Kingdoms and we hope a very long etc. Honestly, along with Valve, they are doing quite a bit for the penguin platform and gaming.
En the press release they have launched, it read: «DiRT 4 will have a fleet of more than 50 rally cars, buggies, trucks and crosskarts, including the Ford Fiesta R5, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI, Subaru WRW STI NR4, Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2, etc. Players will put these incredible machines to the test on the world's most demanding rally routes, from the dirt roads of Australia to the snowy and dangerous roads of Sweden to the open dirt tracks of Michigan.«.
It was also mentioned in the Feral Interactive press release that DiRT 4 will have the ability to generate your own stages, based on player location and route parameter. That's great news And it sounds interesting, since it's not something the franchise has done before. As always, even if they are not open source, we see with good eyes that there are more and more video games for our platform, and that this does not cause our users to escape to Windows or video consoles ...