Valve announced the latest version of the Steam Play Proton compatibility layer is out now with 6.3-5. Don't know what Steam Play and Proton are? Steam Play is a feature in the Linux Steam client allowing you to run compatibility layers like Proton, which enables you to play games supported on Windows. Be sure to check out our dedicated page for the full run-down. This follows on from the test release that went out earlier in June pulling in many fixes and improvements overall.
For this release these titles should see better video rendering:
- Deep Rock Galactic
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
- Resident Evil 2 (2019)
- Resident Evil 3 (2020)
- Team Sonic Racing
The Windows versions of these titles should now be playable with Proton on Linux:
- Sid Meier's Civilization VI
- Crypt Stalker
- Dark Devotion
- Far Cry
- Hard Reset
- Hogs of War
- Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes
- Pro Cycling Manager 2020
- Sang Froid - Tales of Werewolves
- Secret of Mana
- Trainz Railroad Simulator 2019
There's also improved controller support in the likes of Hades and other Unity titles plus fixes for CyberPunk 2077, Darksburg, Conan Exiles (and other Funcom launchers crashing) and a fix for missing audio in Project Cars 3.
You will also see improved GPU device selection (for those with more than one GPU), an update to the Direct3D 9/10/11 to Vulkan layer DXVK to version 1.9 and also the VKD3D-Proton layer for translating Direct3D 12 to Vulkan had some of the latest work on it pulled in.
See the changelog for more. Updates come through the Steam client like any other game or application, just ensure you have Proton 6.3 installed.
Update - 26/06/21: Proton Experimental also saw an update. It pulled in the updates from 6.3-5, plus it also mentions "support for Nvidia DLSS" and that "Resident Evil Village, Forza Horizon 4, and Anno 1404 - History Edition are playable".