Back in 2018 Basemark announced and released Basemark GPU, their advanced cross-platform benchmarking tool. Last week, they release a huge update to it.
The Linux port of Shadow of Mordor from Feral Interactive has gained a Vulkan Beta, a massive difference
This is quite a surprise! Early yesterday we were notified that Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, which Feral Interactive ported to Linux in 2015 has gained a Vulkan Beta.
A recent benchmark video is currently doing the rounds showing off Far Cry New Dawn from Ubisoft, despite it not supporting Linux thanks to Wine, DXVK and Steam Play it seems to run beautifully.
You all love benchmarks right? Hearing the fans on your PC spin up to keep everything inside nice and cool while you start to sweat. Geekbench 5 has been officially released this month.
After chatting on Twitter with a fellow Rocket League enthusiast about the performance of the game, I decided to take a look.
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS, possibly one of the biggest Total War games yet is officially out. Developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA, it was ported by Feral Interactive and they managed to get Linux support in right away.
UNIGINE announced earlier this month an update to their UNIGINE 2 Engine powered Superposition benchmark tool, with new features in the free version.
Now that Steam has the ability officially to override a Linux game and run it through Steam Play instead, let's take a quick look at some differences in performance.
An enhanced version of the fan-made Half-Life 2: Episode 3 'Project Borealis' performance test is out
Project Borealis, the fan-made Half-Life 2: Episode 3 is still continuing along, with the release of a second performance to test so we can stress-test their work.
Project Borealis, the fan-game aiming to make a 3rd Half-Life 2 episode now has a Performance Test for Linux
Project Borealis, a fan-game that aims to create the long awaited 3rd episode for Half-Life 2 based on Marc Laidlaw’s Epistle 3 has put out a Performance Test for Linux gamers.
A few days ago, Basemark officially announced and have now released Basemark GPU, their latest benchmarking tool and it has Linux support.
The free-to-play vehicular combat MMO has shown hints that Vulkan support has a work in progress for some time now. It’s still not officially supported but, with some tinkering, you can see how it’s coming along for yourself.
To go along with Liam’s benchmarks of the game on his Nvidia GPU, I decided to also run some tests on my RX 580 to give you a picture of the AMD performance of the Rise of the Tomb Raider port. So, let’s go!
Croteam are continuing to be one of my favourite developers, as The Talos Principle has been patched with some goodies.
You have likely read Liam’s thoughts and port review of F1 2017. I am going to complement his work by bringing you some numbers from the AMD side of things with my RX 580 and R7 370. So, hold onto your hats for we are benchmarking now!
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