Mesa 20.3.0 is the latest and greatest when it comes to Linux open source graphics, bringing with it new hardware support, performance improvements and more.
The open source DXVK project which translates D3D9, D3D10 and D3D11 to Vulkan for use with Linux and the Wine compatibility layer has a new release up.
Great news for the Vulkan API and for fans of the Raspberry Pi 4, as the upcoming V3DV that will be part of the next Mesa release is now an official conforming driver.
Developer Mike Blumenkrantz has announced that they're now being funded by Valve, so Blumenkrantz's work on the OpenGL implementation on top of Vulkan with 'Zink' will continue.
The day has arrived, along with the release of Vulkan 1.2.162 being tagged in the Vulkan-Docs repository on GitHub the Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions are now officially released.
War Thunder, the huge free to play online battle game across land, sea and air just had a huge game engine upgrade with the latest release.
It seems NVIDIA are no longer reserving the two extra digits in their Linux driver versioning for their special Betas, as a new stable driver is out today as 455.45.01.
NVIDIA have released another update to their quickly advancing Vulkan Beta Driver, with the 455.46.01 release out.
Two pieces of Valve news to cover this Tuesday morning including new updates to Steam Play Proton and an upcoming Vulkan extension to help deal with other APIs and porting.
On the Collabora blog, developer Mike Blumenkrantz has given an exciting update to Zink, an open source Mesa Gallium driver for Linux that provides OpenGL on top of Vulkan.
Supporting newer and more advanced Windows games like Control and Death Stranding, the Direct3D 12 to Vulkan layer vkd3d-proton has a 2.0 release.
Superliminal's timed exclusive period on the Epic Games Store is now up, and it has released on Steam along with Linux support with a port from Ethan Lee.
NVIDIA have now updated their super special Vulkan Beta Driver branch adding in support for the latest GPU release with the GeForce RTX 3070.
Need the latest bleeding-edge Linux drivers from NVIDIA? There's a new release out of the Vulkan Beta Driver.
In case you've missed what's been going on, the progress on proper Vulkan support for the Raspberry Pi 4 has been going really well.
Livestreams & Videos
Popular this week
- Inspired by the likes of Cube World, open source RPG Veloren has the biggest update yet
- GOG are doing their own Black Friday sale with lots of DRM-free games
- OBS Studio 26.1 in testing with a Release Candidate out now, adds Virtual Camera on Linux
- For the Black Friday 2020 sale, itch.io are giving 100% to developers
- Theme park building game Parkitect is getting 8-player online multiplayer
Stadia exclusives Outcasters and Submerged: Hidden Dept…
- Liam Dawe
War Thunder now has a Battle Pass with both free and pa…
- Liam Dawe
Failbetter Games announce romantic visual novel Mask of…
Uno Platform 3.1 released, adding Linux support to thei…
Surviving the Humans is an upcoming adventure about a m…
- See more comments
Latest Forum Posts
- system 76 pangolin is an all AMD machine
- Is Desperados III a OpenGL or Vulkan game?
- Input stuttering and Jittery movement when playing games on Steam…
- New Desktop Screenshot Thread
- Project Wingman in Wine?