Wine-Staging 4.17 Brings Raw Input For Overwatch, StarCitizen & Other Games
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 28 September 2019 at 07:27 AM EDT. 4 Comments
WINE --
Wine 4.17 was released yesterday that merged the DXTn support and other improvements from Wine-Staging. Meanwhile Wine-Staging 4.17 is out today to re-up their game with now more than 850 patches in total against upstream Wine.

The big addition to Wine-Staging 4.17 is raw input support for games like Overwatch and StarCitizen as well as other titles now seeing working or drastically improved input handling.

Wine-Staging 4.17 also has crash fixes for a few lesser known games, initial dsdmo.dll support, and other DirectSound work, including for a twelve year old bug report affecting games at the time.

Those wanting to fire up Wine-Staging this weekend can do so via WineHQ.org.
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