Subset Games are a developer I was especially keen to speak to about Valve's Steam Play system, since Into the Breach is included as a white-listed game by Valve even though they're working on a Linux version.
For those of you sticking with the stable channel of Steam Play's Proton system, Valve have today rolled out all the recent beta changes for everyone.
Another Beta version of Proton is available for Valve's Steam Play for those who wish to give it a go with the latest fixes.
Valve, CodeWeavers and the community have continued updating Steam Play's Proton and now the beta version of Proton has another new build out.
Valve have rolled out Steam Play into the stable Linux Steam Client, along with touch controls for Steam Link
Valve seem to be moving pretty quickly with Steam Play, as a new stable Steam Client is out which includes preliminary support for the new Steam Play Beta.
The already long list of Dota 2 heroes is now even bigger, as Valve have released an update with Grimstroke as well as teased another called Mars.
Valve are now offering a chance to test a beta of the next version of Proton in their Steam Play system.
With the dust settling on the absolute bomb that Valve dropped with the new Steam Play feature, I’ve had a little time now to think about the broader implications.
Valve's Steam Play should work better today, as DXVK was left in debug mode causing a performance drop
It seems there was a bit of a woops with the Beta release of Valve's new Steam Play system Proton, which is now fixed.
As we speculated previously, Valve have now officially announced their new version of 'Steam Play' for Linux gaming using a modified distribution of Wine, called Proton.
Valve may be adding support for using compatibility tools for playing games on different operating systems
Reddit seems to be buzzing with information from SteamDB showing indications that Valve might be adding support for compatibility tools to enable you to play games on operating systems they weren't designed for, like Wine.
Valve have hired another developer to upstream SteamOS driver changes, including Xbox One S rumble support
Valve's Pierre-Loup Griffais announced on Twitter that they've hired Andrey Smirnov to help them get some SteamOS changes upstream into the main Linux Kernel.
Valve may be preparing a 64bit version of the Steam client with an update in the Steam Beta Client that was released yesterday.
Not to be confused with the upcoming SteamOS 3.0, this beta update is for the current 'Brewmaster' release.
Valve's massive update to the interface for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now officially live for everyone, no longer needing a launch option to be set.
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