DXVK [GitHub] continues the amazing progress towards helping Linux gamers play their favourite Windows-only games on Linux.
Just released minutes ago, DXVK 0.70 adds in the previously announced Direct3D 10 support (more info here). In addition to this, it also adds in support for the D3D11.1 ClearView method and D3D11.1 extended double instructions.
There's also some setup changes to be aware of:
Instead of having to set up 32-bit and 64-bit DLLs separately, the release binaries now come with a custom winetricks verb which sets up both sets of DLLs for 64-bit wine prefixes, and only the 32-bit ones for 32-bit prefixes.
Release notes here for more info on that.
I do honestly love watching DXVK evolve and I'm still shocked and just how quickly it has progressed. I don't personally make use of it, but it's nice that it exists for those who want to be on Linux, but don't want to give up Windows games that are likely to never be ported over.