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The Legend of Heroes: Trails through Daybreak from Nihon Falcom, PH3 GmbH and NIS America, Inc. hit Steam back in March 2023. However, it was only supported for the Japanese language, now it's been updated in a big way with English language support and Steam Deck improvements too.

For the Steam Deck with Proton they mentioned they made changes to the UI to render at a better quality for lower resolutions where "UI text is now much more readable on these devices". So it should be a good experience now too. Nice to see some attention there as always!

There's lots more new in this update including improved shadows, improved reflections, HDR support, Dynamic Steam Cloud support, MSAA, SGSSAA, and transparency MSAA, a modification to the physics system to improve it at high framerates and the list goes on.

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Calinou Jul 5
QuoteSGSSAA

That's an acronym I haven't heard of for 10 years now (in official engine implementations, that is) :)

It's bound to driver-specific APIs and isn't part of standard Direct3D/OpenGL/Vulkan, so it's pretty hard to enable from the application side.
Pyretic Jul 6
Quoting: Calinou
QuoteSGSSAA

That's an acronym I haven't heard of for 10 years now (in official engine implementations, that is) :)

It's bound to driver-specific APIs and isn't part of standard Direct3D/OpenGL/Vulkan, so it's pretty hard to enable from the application side.

I've never heard of it before. Googling it now, it seems that it's not supported in DX11/12 applications usually, which is so weird when you see all the positive reactions to SGSSAA.
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