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Valve released a fresh update to Proton Experimental for June 28th, bringing their usual assortment of game fixes for Linux desktop and Steam Deck.

This release makes it so the Steam release of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will run, although it notes it's for desktop Linux only. Mainly due to how much of a strain it puts on the Steam Deck.

Pictured - Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

Other fixes and improvements for this release include:

  • Fixed SCP Secret Laboratory crashing after a recent game update.
  • Fixed Dinogen Online crashing randomly on start.
  • Added support for Steamworks SDK 1.60.
  • Enabled Xalia for MultiVersus - prerequisite installation can now be done with a controller.
  • Fixed 9.0 regressions:
    • Noita mods no longer fail to update.

As seen in the changelog.

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QuoteNoita mods no longer fail to update.

This the most important!
elmapul Jun 29
good to see they care even if its not going to work on a steamdeck...

well, the last time they did that, they relased steam deck oled so... steamdeck 2 might be soon? nah
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QuoteNoita mods no longer fail to update.

This the most important!
As a Noita modder, that is a very strange and specific regression. Glad it's fixed.
Kirby Jun 29
such a boring shit game
fuck ubisoft >:(
scaine Jun 29
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I have nearly 800 hrs in Noita and I've used one mod, once, for about 2 hrs (Wand lab). Noita is incredible. Go play Noita.
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