Proton 5.0-8 Release Candidate Brings Game Fixes, Performance Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 3 June 2020 at 10:50 AM EDT. 15 Comments
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Valve and CodeWeavers have been preparing a new release of the Proton 5.0 series for powering Steam Play with running modern Windows games on Linux.

Out this morning is the release candidate of the imminent Proton 5.0-8 release. Proton 5.0-8 RC is bringing:

- Crash fixes for Detroit: Become Human, Planet Zoo, Jurassic World: Evolution, Unity of Command II, and Splineter Cell Blacklist.

- Performance improvements for DOOM Eternal, Detroit: Become Human, and We Happy Few.

- Better load times for Streets of Rage 4.

- Support for the latest Steam SDKs.

- DXVK 1.7 replacing DXVK 1.6.1.

- Latest VKD3D changes.

- Better GStreamer performance.

- Various other fixes.

More details on Proton 5.0-8 RC via Valve's GitHub.
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