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A fourth Release Candidate is now available for Wine 6.0

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Currently in a feature-freeze while as many lingering issues are solved as possible for the next big stable release, Wine has a fourth Release Candidate up now.

What is Wine? It's a compatibility layer for running various Windows-only applications and games on Linux and other operating systems. Tons of people work on it, with some sponsored or employed directly by CodeWeavers who have their special version with the CrossOver application. Wine is also the backbone of Steam Play Proton.

As of this update the team noted 29 bugs solved. Our usual reminder: in Wine release announcements the list of bugs fixed isn't always those fixed with this release, it's often older bugs that finally saw someone confirm it was solved at some point. In the list checked off it mentions issues solved for: Children of Morta, Settlers III, World of Warships, Battlefield 3, Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, Kingdom Come Deliverance, World of Warcraft Classic, Elite Dangerous Horizons and more.

Full release announcement can be seen here.

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Tags: Open Source, Wine
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v3ntox 28 Dec, 2020
Does LA Noire work yet on steam? with proton.
legluondunet 28 Dec, 2020
Quoting: v3ntoxDoes LA Noire work yet on steam? with proton.

L.A. Noire already works on Steam with some tweaks.
v3ntox 29 Dec, 2020
when is it going to be ready to go without tweaking i just ask.
legluondunet 29 Dec, 2020
Quoting: v3ntoxwhen is it going to be ready to go without tweaking i just ask.

I don't think it is the right place to ask this question, cause only Valve team could answer this question, you should ask them directly to Valve Github.

Or try the Lutris script "Windows Steam Standalone version":
should work without tweak.

Last edited by legluondunet on 29 December 2020 at 5:49 pm UTC
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