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  • DXVK 1.10.3 Released With Shared Fences - Needed By Halo Infinite On Linux

    Phoronix: DXVK 1.10.3 Released With Shared Fences - Needed By Halo Infinite On Linux

    DXVK 1.10.3 has been released as the newest update for an upcoming Proton release, which powers Steam Play for allowing Windows games to run often very well under Linux...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/DXVK-1.10.3-Released

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    Michael

    Speaking of Halo Infinite, could You give this game a try with the latest Proton-Experimental version on Your Steam Deck?

    I'm asking because the latest reports on ProtonDB.com indicate that it runs rather well now, whereas a recent video by Digital Foundry showed that in the open world area the game is unplayable with Windows running (or rather crawling) on the Steam Deck.

    Now imagine the headlines You could make when showing the world that Microsoft's very own poster child is able to run better on SteamOS vs. Windows!

    Perhaps You could even do this via a video on YouTube, which could be the start of a new career path, aswell?

    Bonus points if You manage to put this facial expression of Yours into the title image:


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    • #3
      Originally posted by Linuxxx View Post
      Michael

      Speaking of Halo Infinite, could You give this game a try with the latest Proton-Experimental version on Your Steam Deck?

      I'm asking because the latest reports on ProtonDB.com indicate that it runs rather well now, whereas a recent video by Digital Foundry showed that in the open world area the game is unplayable with Windows running (or rather crawling) on the Steam Deck.
      Unfortunately not aware of Halo Infinite having any automated-friendly benchmark mode, so likely wouldn't be worthwhile purchasing the game for just some quick manual tests. If there is some great benchmarking support, would be glad to know.
      Michael Larabel
      https://www.michaellarabel.com/

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        Originally posted by Michael View Post

        Unfortunately not aware of Halo Infinite having any automated-friendly benchmark mode, so likely wouldn't be worthwhile purchasing the game for just some quick manual tests. If there is some great benchmarking support, would be glad to know.
        I was under the impression the multiplayer part of Infinite is free, but I'm not sure if reports or benchmarks are useful for that or the campaign.

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