Summer heat got you parched? Why not wet your whistle with some Wine as DXVK has a fresh release out today.
We've been waiting quite a while for any real news on the Linux port of Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation. While we still don't know when, we do know it's still happening.
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.
Mavericks is a Battle Royale game with unique open-world mechanics that plans Linux support with Vulkan
Mavericks seems to be a rather interesting shooter, one that will have both an open world mode and a Battle Royale mode and it turns out it plans Linux support too.
Feral Interactive have once again delivered for strategy games fans, with the release today of Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia for Linux.
The awesome DXVK project for Vulkan D3D11 in Wine has another fresh release out and it's a pretty good one. There's also another project called DXUP that can be used with DXVK.
Feral Interactive have announced today that Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia will officially release for Linux on Thursday, June 7th. It will be another port powered by the Vulkan API.
With news doing the rounds about the latest update to macOS, it turns out they're finally admitting they're doing nothing with their support of OpenGL and it's to be deprecated.
For those wanting to view them, the Vulkanised 2018 event videos are now online including one with a Feral Interactive developer talking about porting with Vulkan.
The PSP emulator, PPSSPP, recently had a pretty big release which now defaults to Vulkan as the main renderer.
DXVK advances so quickly it's really quite incredible, it had a release only a few days ago and here we are with another.
DXVK, the exciting Wine project to run Direct3D 11 games and applications with Vulkan was updated yesterday.
Today, the Wine developers officially announced that vkd3d for translating Direct3D 12 to Vulkan in Wine has reached 1.0.
DXVK is such an incredible project to bring Direct3D 11 support to Wine using Vulkan and another exciting release is now out.
For those interested in Vulkan development, later this month on the 22nd of May, Khronos is running another "Vulkanised" event.
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