Valve Rolls Out Proton 9.0-2 With Many Fixes For Running More Games On Steam Play

Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 12 June 2024 at 03:24 PM EDT. 30 Comments
Proton 9.0-2 is out this afternoon as the Valve/CodeWeavers downstream of Wine that powers Steam Play for running Windows games under Linux within the Steam client.

In the one month since the Proton 9.0 stable release, many bug fixes have accumulated and enabling more Windows games to now run well under Linux. Games now running with Proton 9.0-2 stable that previously only worked with Proton Experimental include Alpha League, Battlezone Gold Edition (VR), Black Desert Online, FreestyleFootball R, Helldivers 2, Hero's Land, Iragon, SimCity 3000 Unlimited, and Warlords Battlecry III.

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Proton 9.0-2 also gets controller support working within the game launchers of Clustertruck, Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Tomb Raider: Legend, The Elder Scrolls V, and others.

Proton 9.0-2 also updates the bundled OpenVR, OpenXR, KVD3D-Proton, DXVK, DXVK-NVAPI, and Wine Mono versions. Plus there are dozens of bug fixes.

The full list of Proton 9.0-2 changes can be found via the Proton GitHub repository. Proton 9.0-2 is now available when next firing up your Steam Linux client.
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