Life is Strange 2: Feral Interactive is making moves for its Linux port

Life is Strange 2

Feral Interactive is working on bringing several important titles to GNU / Linux. These developers have already ported other great video games that were only available for other platforms such as DiRT 4, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Medieval II: Total War, Total War, XCOM, Hitman, F1 2017, GRID, Mad Max, etc. Well, they also want to bring a port of Life is Stranger 2. They already did with the first installment, and soon Linux users will have this second. It was confirmed in October 2018, but since then Feral hadn't said much about it until now ...

In a tweet on the official Feral Twitter account, a message was posted that reads: «Life is Strange 2 for macOS and Linux is nearing the end of its journey. We will have more information shortly. This is the journey that could unite Sean and Daniel forever ... or destroy their brotherhood.. ». Therefore, during all this long time of silence, they have not been standing still. The workers have been creating this port and they probably have it almost ready, and it is in a phase where they are testing the results and finalizing the details to polish what the final product will be.

It is not confirmed when it will be released, but I suppose they will be waiting to have everything ready to launch it for both platforms at the same time. That is at least what they have done with the previous titles that Feral Interactive has carried for these two platforms. You will not find anything new with respect to the original title, since it is only a port, but in case you do not know Life is Strange yet, say that it has been quite successful and has managed to hook many gamers.

Their stories told have been widely acclaimed. They tell the story of two of its protagonists, such as Daniel and Sean. Daniel is always learning from Sean, and everything he teaches him has consequences far reaching. Plus, all of that is adorned with stunning visuals and hand-painted textures that add a special touch. And I can't forget his original soundtrack which is very emotional. It's from Jonathan Morali, a songwriter who has already been involved in Life is Strange, plus licensed tracks from Phoenix, The Streets, Sufjan Stevens, Bloc Party, First Aid Kit, and more.

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