F1 2017 Being Released For Linux Next Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 27 October 2017 at 11:42 AM EDT. 11 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
While F1 2016 didn't make it to Linux, Feral Interactive just announced F1 2017 will be coming to Linux and it's arriving next week.

F1 2017 will be racing to Mac and Linux systems on 2 November. There is cross-platform multi-player support working. As of writing the Linux system requirements are yet to be published, so no word if there is a Vulkan renderer for this latest Feral Linux game port.


F1 2017 was released for Windows back in August and is powered by EGO Engine 4.0.

More details on Feral's Linux port of F1 2017 at FeralInteractive.com. The game currently retails for $59 USD.
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