Feral Interactive is asking again which video games you would like to port to Linux

Feral Interactive Linux

This is not the first time he has done it. The video game developer Feral Interactive has asked users again the video games they would like to have on Linux. If you read us frequently, you will know that Feral has ported several very important and acclaimed titles for Linux and MacOS. And it will continue to do so for what it seems, so the studio will get back to work to bring more games to Linux.

That feedback it will be the one they use for their next ports. Surely you remember that in the past they launched THE REQUESTINATOR, where they asked about this on the official social networks of the company, such as on Twitter. And it has been this same platform that they have used now to ask again, also for macOS and mobile platforms. Specifically they have done it with this tweet:

«What video game would you like to see ported to macOS, Linux or mobile platforms in 2020? and because? Is there a game with an extra need to carry? Let us know why it would be perfect on your favorite platform and your answer could appear in our next newsletter: https://feralinteractive.com/xx/register/»If you want to participate, you already know what you have to do… and if you want to keep up to date with the news from Feral Interactive, feel free to follow them through the official media.

You know that Feral has carried a good handful of titles for Linux, such as Alien Isolation, Life is Strange, Before the Storm, Mad Max, Total War; Three Kingdoms, XCOM, Tom Raider, Formula 1, etc. For they will not stop, fortunately for all linuxers and gamers. For now, some of the titles that could be serious candidates to come to Linux natively could be Monster Hunter: World, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, and Borderlands 3. And you? Which one would you like them to port for your favorite GNU / Linux distro?

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  1.   napartar said

    Age of Empires II !! I can't quite get it set up on linux ..

  2.   Cramer said

    If porting it refers to putting that inefficient layer on it that at 2 hours gives a segmentation fault and closes the game, I prefer none,

  3.   Irigoyen said

    I know what dreaming is but dreaming doesn't cost anything. I would like to have a final fantasy xv Linux edition