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    Phoronix: Valve Rolls Out New Steam Play Proton 3.16 Beta, 29 More Games Supported

    A new beta relase of Proton 3.16 is now available, the Wine-based software that powers Valve's Steam Play for running many Windows games on Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...oton-3.16-Beta

  • #2
    nice i was starting to think they forgot about proton

    btw, did you go to the intel architecture day? ive only heard good things from people that did

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    • #3
      The 29 newly supported games:

      322110 20XX
      717610 A Case of Distrust
      905200 Anime Dress Up
      505330 Apocalipsis
      3340 AstroPop Deluxe
      691830 Avernum 3: Ruined World
      104200 BEEP
      207690 Botanicula
      234080 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Ultimate Edition
      365260 Crash Dive
      758190 Dragon Cliff
      587000 First Strike: Final Hour
      375530 Football Tactics & Glory
      771070 Infinos Gaiden
      510540 Long Gone Days
      910880 Mad Tower Tycoon
      788770 Meteor 60 Seconds!
      377860 Mushihimesama
      887880 O.C.D. - On Completeness & Dissonance
      824070 Objects in space
      94590 Puzzle Agent 2
      435120 Rusty Lake Hotel
      744190 Rusty Lake Paradise
      532110 Rusty Lake: Roots
      317280 Solstice
      40950 Stronghold HD
      676820 Subsurface Circular
      537520 SYMMETRY
      705220 Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena

      Source: SteamPlay 2.0 Manifests
      (Specifically the history of changes from that page)

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      • #4
        Typo:

        Originally posted by phoronix View Post
        Phoronix: Valve Rolls Out New Steam Play Proton 3.16 Beta, 29 More Games Supported

        A new beta relase of Proton 3.16 is now available, the Wine-based software that powers Valve's Steam Play for running many Windows games on Linux...

        http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...oton-3.16-Beta

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        • #5
          I see a few VR games in that list (such as Beat Sabre and Doom VFR), do they actually run well on Linux?
          I don't remember reading any Phoronix article about the VR patches for Xorg getting merged?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by johanb View Post
            I see a few VR games in that list (such as Beat Sabre and Doom VFR), do they actually run well on Linux?
            I don't remember reading any Phoronix article about the VR patches for Xorg getting merged?
            There are many videos on Youtube that people plays Beat Saber on Proton. Doom VFR and Beat Saber were whitelisted in SteamPlay announcement.

            https://youtu.be/smqZwMEBSyg

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lectrode View Post
              The 29 newly supported games:
              I've heard of 2 games on that list.. seems their going after all the small easy to test games first?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by theriddick View Post

                I've heard of 2 games on that list.. seems their going after all the small easy to test games first?
                More like tackling the long tail of small games with unusual needs. Check the manifest and you'll recognize more titles. That list is still disappointingly small, but you should probably ignore it: there are many many more working titles than this "officially-supported" list suggests.

                FWIW, I've been playing Skyrim again since Steam integrated Proton. When I was playing it under plain Wine, there was a performance issue with loading new areas (that some people on Windows also suffered from). That issue is gone with Proton 3.7, but game mods didn't load (a big loss for that game). Now with Proton 3.16 everything works. But Skyrim is unlikely to ever get officially supported, because of all the mods that include binaries and make exhaustive testing impossible.

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