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  • Weasel
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    Originally posted by shmerl View Post
    That's because most already are playable. The majority of remaining unplayable ones are affected by some junk DRM / anti-cheat which doesn't work in Wine at all.
    Pretty much this.

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  • shmerl
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    Originally posted by thebishop View Post
    It's great to see Proton making consistent advancements, but I'm not seeing many high profile games go from borked to playable.
    That's because most already are playable. The majority of remaining unplayable ones are affected by some junk DRM / anti-cheat which doesn't work in Wine at all.

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  • Grogan
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    Awesome news, I still can hardly believe all the games I can play through this framework on Linux now using amdgpu and Mesa.

    I swore I'd never buy another Ubisoft game again, but I bought FarCry New Dawn because it works beautifully through SteamPlay (except for a few input problems... vehicle steering with keyboard, and it doesn't seem to be able to communicate with an Xbox 360 controller (relying solely on DirectInput to have already configured it I guess) which works in other games, both native and wine.

    I haven't booted windows in weeks.

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  • thebishop
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    It's great to see Proton making consistent advancements, but I'm not seeing many high profile games go from borked to playable. Nioh is the game I keep checking, and it still crashes after the launcher. Pubg also still not playable.

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  • Proton 3.16-8 Available With DXVK 1.0, Unity Game Fixes

    Phoronix: Proton 3.16-8 Available With DXVK 1.0, Unity Game Fixes

    Valve has released Proton 3.16-8 as their newest release to their Wine fork that adds in various improvements for helping Windows games on Linux primarily to bolster their "Steam Play" functionality...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...=Proton-3.16-8
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