Wine, the compatibility layer for running Windows apps and games on Linux has a fresh development release up with version 8.7. Once a year a new stable release is made with the next being Wine 9.0, and Wine is just one part of what allows Steam Play Proton to play some of the biggest games around on Linux desktop and Steam Deck.
What's new in v8.7:
- DXBC shader parsing delegated to vkd3d.
- More spool file improvements in the PostScript driver.
- Various bug fixes.
For bug fixes they noted 17 this time around as a quiet release including fixes for Street Fighter 4 Benchmark, ReVolt 1207, Shapes On A Plane, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice GOTY, Dark Souls III, Genshin Impact Launcher, Qt5, Final Fantasy XI Online and more.