Thanks to a little Twitter tip, we’ve learned today that NVIDIA are indeed working to provide better support for NVIDIA Optimus on Linux.
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Reddit seems to be buzzing with information from SteamDB showing indications that Valve might be adding support for compatibility tools to enable you to play games on operating systems they weren’t designed for, like Wine
The amazing progress with DXVK continues! This Vulkan-based compatibility layer for Direct3D 11 with Wine just put out version 0.64 with fixes for Dragonball Xenoverse 2, Final Fantasy XV and more.
Not to be confused with the upcoming SteamOS 3.0, this beta update is for the current ‘Brewmaster’ release.
It’s time for a new big game bundle, with the Humble Sports Bundle now out with awesome games for Linux.
Feral Interactive announced today in their newsletter that the Linux port Total War: WARHAMMER II will be available in ‘early Autumn’.
When I reached out to the developer of UniverCity, just to confirm Linux support was in I didn’t get a reply I expected.
Now that Samurai Riot is out with Linux support, I took a bit of a look at it to see if this beat ’em up is worth your time.
If you’re new to Linux and you’re wondering what notable releases have made their way to Linux in 2018, here’s a quick list of some good stuff on the table.
The Station is another game with a Linux version that seems to have sold really well and I’m honestly not surprised by this.