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  • #31
    Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post

    TBH I havent had the focus on it. Usually I play singleplayer games so Anti Cheat Engine crossed only one time my eyes on Linux Watch Dogs 2 back in proton-5.xyz I had to pass deaktivation of the wd anticheat engine of WD2. Havent tested it with never proton-6.5 etc yet.

    AFAIK Resident Evil 7 uses Denuvo? Which works fine over proton-ge-6.1 till 6.5-ge-2 and steam. If you can point me to a list of games with Denuvo Anticheat, drm xyz B$ then I can check if I have a game on the List and what my experiences are.

    But upfront the moste AC's work very nice III. Black Flag, Rouge, Odyssay, Origin, Unity: Syndicate is prone to stutter...havent checked it since proton-ge-5?

    Watchdogs 1 and 2 are working very good now.

    Cheers

    My system config Ryzen3600XT+Radeon5700XT
    PopOS 20.10 (Gnome-Wayland)
    mesa driver and libdrm(git pull daily) lto,o3,znver2;
    always latest stable/edge Kernel Xanmod (Cacule-flavor) compiled with znver,o3; atm 5.12
    proton-ge-6.5-GE-2 (wine dxvk and vkd3d - partially lto, o3, znver2 builds)
    netext-gcc-10.3.0
    netext-binutils-2.36.1
    Ah good, thanks for the info. Maybe I'll try AC Origins on Linux then.

    I tried using DXVK on Windows, it yielded a big boost in performance over AMDs Direct3D 11 driver.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by sandy8925 View Post

      Ah good, thanks for the info. Maybe I'll try AC Origins on Linux then.
      Origins works very smoothly. Have done a complete playthrough (+all story DLCs) 70h+ and no issues so far.

      With Origins and Odyssey I have never had issues.
      Syndicate is stuttering and (is)/was also picky with Wayland and X. Unity tend to stutter depends on the wine/proton version.
      III, Black Flag, Rouge are working also well.
      AC III Remastered has an issues with liberation - black screen but old Liberation HD works also nicely
      Not much playtime on these:
      AC Liberation HD seems to work
      AC II /Bloodlines works was stuttering with older proton wine versions (<6.0 AFAIR)
      AC I Works

      remark: All the AC's are started via Lutris/ Uplay no steam involved. I have extracted the wine-build from the proton build.
      DXVK in this case is compiled saparately - I really recommend the latest 1.8.1 Version.

      use this docker image to build dxvk x86/x86_64 system independend. Native compilation often screws my lib dependenciess.
      One might update the ubuntu/debian version of the docker image to a more recent one before
      https://github.com/cheald/dxvk-docker

      Originally posted by sandy8925 View Post
      I tried using DXVK on Windows, it yielded a big boost in performance over AMDs Direct3D 11 driver.
      Nice have to try it
      Last edited by CochainComplex; 30 April 2021, 10:21 AM.

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      • #33
        PS. Before you go "bleeding edge" and pull the v3 patches from gitlab...

        - This API change will break the glibc[4] and Proton[5] ports for now.
        Guess it will need some tweaked wine/proton patches before v3 is up to speed.

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