Valve Releases Proton 4.11-6 To Pull In DXVK 1.4
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 23 September 2019 at 06:45 PM EDT. 13 Comments
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Just a week past the previous Proton update, Proton 4.11-6 is out today from Valve as the latest version of their Wine downstream powering Steam Play.

The principal change to Proton 4.11-6 is pulling in this weekend's release of DXVK 1.4. The DXVK 1.4 release has Direct3D 11.4 + DXGI 1.5 support to improve game compatibility, and fixes to benefit a handful of games like the Rockstar Game Launcher and Dark Souls III.

For those spinning their own Proton from source, the 4.11-6 update can be downloaded from GitHub.

Separately, Valve today released a new Steam beta. That update is notable for fixing games depending upon SDL_image not working with SDL 2.0.10.

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