Croteam Rolls Out Stable Talos Principle Update With Vulkan Enhancements
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 12 December 2016 at 06:32 AM EST. 6 Comments
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Not only do Linux gamers have a huge Dota 2 update to look forward to today, but Croteam has also released an update to The Talos Principle that includes improvements to its Vulkan renderer that was previously available as beta.

Build 277544 is the new version of The Talos Principle available via Steam on Linux. This includes improved stability and performance with the Vulkan API, fixes for full-screen rendering on Linux with Vulkan, a possible crash fix, and support for the latest AMD/NVIDIA graphics cards.

These changes were previously available via the Talos Principle public beta in November while now will be found in the stable series for the game.

Fire up Steam if you are running the stable version of The Talos Principle to get these enhancements. More details on the update via SteamCommunity.com.
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