F1 2017 Racing Game Coming to Linux on November 2, Ported by Feral Interactive
UK-based Linux and macOS video games publisher Feral Interactive recently announced that they’re porting the F1 2017 racing game to Linux on November 2, 2017.
Launched on August 25, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, macOS, and Microsoft Windows platforms, F1 2017 is currently one of the hottest racing games of the year. The game is developed and published by Codemasters, the makes of the Colin McRae and DiRT Rally titles.
It didn’t take long, and the game is now coming to the Linux platform as well, ported by Feral Interactive. On November 2, you’ll be able to purchase the game from Steam and play on your powerful and secure GNU/Linux distribution, though official support will probably be provided only for Ubuntu.
“By popular demand, the Linux team re-joins the exhilarating world of FORMULA ONE racing,” said Feral Interactive in their brief announcement. “Swerve to the <a href="http://www.feralinterac… (read more)
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