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Wine Staging 2.13 is a pretty big release, with more Direct3D 11 additions and some ideal performance changes.

Reminder: Wine Staging is the testing area for features not quite ready to be included in Wine itself. If you want to install Wine Staging, see here.

What's new?
  • Support for setting/copying UAV counters in d3d11.
  • Support for indirect drawing / compute dispatching in d3d11.
  • Heap manager speed improvements.
  • Implementation of loader notifications in ntdll.
  • Many smaller improvements for d3d11 and bug fixes in other dlls.

They also pull in all the changes from the Wine 2.13 development release.

The latest release features some Direct3D 10/11 improvements, which helps with games like Rad Rodgers: World One or NieR: Automata. They also fixed an issue of decreased performance in GTA 5 and Crysis 3. They've introduced a modified heap manager which improves performance in some corner cases, with more planned.

You can see the full Wine Staging 2.13 changelog here.

Amazing effort by the Wine team as always! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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razing32 26 Jul, 2017
Hmm , at one point a Wine update broke my steam client so could not play the original Company of Heroes. Curios how it behaves in this new update.
Zlopez 26 Jul, 2017
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razing32Hmm , at one point a Wine update broke my steam client so could not play the original Company of Heroes. Curios how it behaves in this new update.

Yes, the 2.11 broke the steam client. But this is already fixed in 2.12.
mrdeathjr 26 Jul, 2017
In this wine staging version fallout 4 works with glitches in video (faces) and audio dont work correctly (pulse or alsa mode)

View video on youtube.com

Nier automata correct magic bullet error but impact some fps (around 5 depending scene)

View video on youtube.com

^_^
DissCent 26 Jul, 2017
mrdeathjrIn this wine staging version fallout 4 works with glitches in video (faces) and audio dont work correctly (pulse or alsa mode)

View video on youtube.com

Nier automata correct magic bullet error but impact some fps (around 5 depending scene)

View video on youtube.com

^_^

Hi mrdeathjr, thank you for your overview on every new release - I just wanted you to know that I really appreciate that! :)
bubexel 26 Jul, 2017
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Yep i read comments on all wine's news to read its news an videos. I guess, how many games you own? :D
ageres 26 Jul, 2017
mrdeathjrNier automata
I thought games with Denuvo don't work in Wine. Or do they?
mrdeathjr 26 Jul, 2017
ageres
mrdeathjrNier automata
I thought games with Denuvo don't work in Wine. Or do they?

Actually various games with denuvo works (in some cases is needed denovo bypass)

^_^
Kimyrielle 26 Jul, 2017
mrdeathjrIn this wine staging version fallout 4 works with glitches in video (faces) and audio dont work correctly (pulse or alsa mode)

^_^

Wow, I had no idea that FO4 is -anywhere- near running in WINE. That's great news! :)
drmoth 27 Jul, 2017
Witcher 3 with Wine staging 2.13
View video on youtube.com
mrdeathjr 27 Jul, 2017
bubexelYep i read comments on all wine's news to read its news an videos. I guess, how many games you own? :D

Many of them, in this years since blog

http://gamesonwine.blogspot.com.co/

Around 2009 with begin tests (wine 1.1.21) maybe i think about test around 2000 to 2500 titles maybe more

^_^


Last edited by mrdeathjr on 27 July 2017 at 1:13 pm UTC
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