Feral Interactive Confirms Their Latest Linux Game Ports
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 11 March 2015 at 10:07 AM EDT. 14 Comments
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Last week during Valve's SteamOS / Linux game sale that happened during the Game Developers' Conference, a number of new Linux games were confirmed. We now know who is working on porting some of these new titles over to Linux.

Feral Interactive, a porting company that's been hiring to do more Linux games and previously ported over titles like XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Empire Total War, has confirmed their latest public projects.


Feral confirmed via a tweet a few minutes ago that they're the firm responsible for the Linux versions of Batman: Arkham Knight, GRID Autosport, and Company of Heroes 2. They're bringing these three titles to SteamOS / Linux (though they do mention Ubuntu explicitly) as well as Mac OS X.


While Steam on Linux just crossed 1,000 games, any bets until Steam Linux games reaches 2,000?
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