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DXVK 1.3.4 is out with a few quick fixes, plus more updates to Proton GE

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Two bits of Wine related news for you to peruse over this fine Sunday evening, as both DXVK and Proton GE have new releases available.

First up: the DXVK 1.3.4 maintenance release was just put out to solve a couple urgent issues. One of these is a problem with Winelib builds and the Wine 4.15 release and there's a possible memory leak fixed with games using Direct2D.

On top of that the game Control has "d3d11.allowMapFlagNoWait" enabled to improve GPU utilization and Quantum Break has a performance issue fixed for NVIDIA and older AMD drivers.

The other project with a new release is Proton-4.15-GE-4, the unofficial version of Proton for Steam Play that pulls in a bunch of extras. Released today adding in some needed hotfixes for mf_install, an issue with the protonfixes import, the Warframe launcher should be fully working now with a wininet patch from upstream backported, the raw input patch was re-enabled and some updates for gamepad/mouse input.

As a quick reminder, if you wish to use Proton GE you need to download the release archive from GitHub. Extract it and place it into:

~/.steam/root/compatibilitytools.d/

The "compatibilitytools.d" folder might not exist, you will need to make it. Also .steam is a hidden folder, usually pressing CTRL + H will show/hide hidden folders.

Once done, restart Steam if you had it open. You can then force it into a game! Right click the game, go to Properties and then it's at the bottom:

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6 comments

Luke_Nukem 8 Sep, 2019
I keep hearing how good "Control" is, does anyone who owns it have a possible update on performance?
Torqachu 8 Sep, 2019
Before someone ask
For cinematics in Darksiders warmastered edition:
- install proton 4.15-GE
- install winetricks (for me winetricks install also wine and other stuff)
- choose proton 4.15-GE for the game
- install the game o click start
- wait till the magic is done (depends on the speed of your line)
- enjoy
TobyGornow 9 Sep, 2019
@Luke_Nukem On my 3570k @ 4.3Ghz plus a GTX 970 and 8Gb of RAM, every options on Low in 1080p, I've got between 25 and 30 fps. Pretty demanding game, maybe it's time to upgrade...
mylka 10 Sep, 2019
does DXVK hud work on games i add as non-steam games?
i have some gog games installed on windows and when i add them as non-steam-game on linux.... some work, but the HUD does not work.... any solution?
TheRiddick 10 Sep, 2019
I do believe D9VK is enabled by default for GE?
massatt212 10 Sep, 2019
anyone tried out Gears of War 5 on Proton GE ?
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