After a rather short testing period with the release candidates only being announced a few days ago, Valve has now pushed out the official release of Steam Play Proton 5.13-6.
If you're not clear on what Proton and Steam Play are, be sure to check out our constantly updated dedicated page. It's a special compatibility layer for running Windows games and apps from Steam on Linux.
What's new and improved in Proton 5.13-6? Here's the improvements and fixes to be found:
- Previously in Experimental: Fixed Cyberpunk 2077 world sound issues
- Previously in Experimental: Improved controller support and hotplugging in Yakuza Like a Dragon, Subnautica, DOOM (2016), and Virginia
- Nioh 2 is now playable
- Fixed black screen on focus loss in DOOM Eternal on AMD
- Restored VR support in No Man's Sky
- Voice chat in Deep Rock Galactic is now functional
- Better support for PlayStation 5 controllers
- Sound in Dark Sector is working now
- Fixed Need for Speed (2015) hang on AMD
- More fixes for game input being active while the Steam overlay is up
The full Proton changelog can be viewed here as normal.
How to update? Simply ensure you have Proton 5.13 installed on Steam, it will update as other apps and games do normally through Steam directly.