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Forza Horizon alternatives for Linux
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marcin1509 30 Jan
Quoting: mrdeathjrhi

only come to my mind is test drive unlimited series (open world, car dealers, houses and other things*)

personally is of my favorite car arcade games

TDU is nice, but unfortunately it's based on servers, which were shutdown a lot of time ago.
I don't know if the first installment did, but TDU2 DLC's are not working because of not working servers. I had to use some hacks to make it work.
But thanks for suggestion :)
g000h 2 Feb
For the record, I've got the original Burnout Paradise : The Ultimate Box on Steam, and just played it fine using Proton. What's more - It played really well.

However, the original is no longer available to purchase on Steam store, presumably because the Remastered version is replacing it, but possibly due to music licensing. (All the music tracks, e.g. Guns 'n' Roses - Paradise City, working fine for me, as I'd hoped.)

Last edited by g000h on 2 February 2021 at 9:23 pm UTC
postacosta 24 Feb
Grid Autosport is the love of my life. I played Forza and to be honest, it's not that cool in my opinion. There is more advertising and PR.
anliec 5 Mar
QuoteForza is windows-tied and will never be on steam
If only you could have known that it was coming at that time.
But even if this version may not be UWP, not sure if it will run with Wine... wait and see
marcin1509 21 Mar
Forza Horizon 4 has been released on Steam. Maybe it would be playable with Proton in some time.
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