Early this morning Valve officially rolled out a big update to the Steam Play whitelist, which indicates Windows games that work well with Steam Play's Proton.
Ethan Lee, the programmer responsible for creating the FNA project along with porting 40+ titles to Linux is going to put FNA into 'maintenance mode indefinitely' and hopefully work on Steam Play's Proton with Valve.
As expected, Valve have pushed out an update to Proton for their Steam Play system with a new beta version.
After some pretty quick updates following the initial release of Steam Play, things have quietened down somewhat. However, work on the next version of Steam Play is in progress.
You think we were done writing about Steam Play? Wrong. Here's what Godot Engine's Rémi Verschelde and Marc Di Luzio (previously Feral Interactive, now at Unity) think about it.
It seems Transhuman Design have removed the Linux version of BUTCHER after users reported issues, opting instead to ask Steam to add it as an approved Steam Play title. UPDATED.
Subset Games are a developer I was especially keen to speak to about Valve's Steam Play system, since Into the Breach is included as a white-listed game by Valve even though they're working on a Linux version.
For those of you sticking with the stable channel of Steam Play's Proton system, Valve have today rolled out all the recent beta changes for everyone.
For today's article I spoke to Ethan Lee, developer of FNA and who has ported something around 40+ titles to Linux. Here's what he thinks about Valve's Steam Play.
What started as a large article talking to developers about Steam Play required splitting off before it became too big. I give you, a chat with the developer of DXVK.
Another Beta version of Proton is available for Valve's Steam Play for those who wish to give it a go with the latest fixes.
Valve, CodeWeavers and the community have continued updating Steam Play's Proton and now the beta version of Proton has another new build out.
Valve seem to be moving pretty quickly with Steam Play, as a new stable Steam Client is out which includes preliminary support for the new Steam Play Beta.
Valve are now offering a chance to test a beta of the next version of Proton in their Steam Play system.
With the dust settling on the absolute bomb that Valve dropped with the new Steam Play feature, I’ve had a little time now to think about the broader implications.
It seems there was a bit of a woops with the Beta release of Valve's new Steam Play system Proton, which is now fixed.
As we speculated previously, Valve have now officially announced their new version of 'Steam Play' for Linux gaming using a modified distribution of Wine, called Proton.