Alien: Isolation – The Collection, one of the successful PC games brought to Linux by Feral Interactive, currently has a 50% discount promo at The Feral Store from July 27 – Aug. 3, 2018. Feral Interactive earns more money if the game is bought directly from their own digital store and you can buy from them directly if you want to support cross-platform PC gaming and ensure your purchase counts as a Linux game sale. For those who are not familiar with Feral Interactive, they are the game developer who brought to Linux many popular games such as F1 2017, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.
You’ll receive a Steam game code when you purchase a game from The Feral Store and Alien: Isolation supports Steam Play which means you only purchase the game once and it can be played on Linux, macOS, and Windows. I have already bought games from The Feral Store a couple of times using my credit card and I did not have any problems with it. They also send through e-mail an official receipt and a copy of the Steam game code for easier tracking of your purchase.
Outsmart and evade the unpredictable and ferociously intelligent Alien, who uses its heightened senses to hunt you down and respond to your every move.
Scavenge for hidden resources, craft items and use the Sevastopol’s battered technology to improvise distractions and defenses to keep you alive.
Explore the increasingly volatile Sevastopol, wracked with fear and mistrust, and stalked by a ruthless killer.
Alien: Isolation – The Collection contains all DLC, including two stand-alone missions set aboard the Nostromo, in which players become a member of the original crew, and five mission packs that add new maps, playable characters and challenges to the Survivor and Salvage modes.