Another two weeks have gone by and the team hacking away on the compatibility layer Wine have a brand new development release available.
Without any announcement, the open source application for the indie store itch.io added support for Wine in their Linux builds so you get more choice.
Released just before the weekend began, the Wine team have put out the 5.16 development release as they continue chasing Windows compatibility.
Two years ago to the date, Valve Software made an announcement that would change Linux gaming on Steam: that announcement was the new version of Steam Play with the Proton compatibility layer.
Another two weeks and another development release of Wine has been let out to breathe, here's the highlights of Wine 5.15 that will eventually become Wine 6.0.
After a few months since 1.7 went out, DXVK 1.7.1 is now live to further improve Direct3D to Vulkan translation.
Wine Staging, the highly experimental area where all the latest (and often not "greatest") code comes in for Wine testing now has a Patreon so you can support it directly.
The Wine team today announced the released of Wine 5.14, the next development release on the long road to Wine 6.0.
With EA continuing to dump their older games onto Steam, the popular MMO STAR WARS: The Old Republic is now available thanks to Steam Play Proton it's easier than ever to play it on Linux.
If you make use of the Wine compatibility layer on Fedora, it seems the upcoming Fedora 33 release may end up defaulting to DXVK for better performance.
The free and open source game manager Lutris had a small update focusing on having better Direct3D 12 support on Linux thanks to it now using VKD3D-Proton.
The classic Team17 game Worms Armageddon, originally released in 1999 and to this day remains very popular recently turned 21 and a big anniversary update is out - it's even nice news for Linux gamers.
The Wine team have produced another development release of the Windows compatibility layer with Wine 5.13 going up on July 17.
With the Halo: The Master Chief Collection expanding thanks to the PC release of Halo 3, it came with some upgrades that for some has broken audio - here's a solution.
Not long after the official PC release, the DirectX 12 exclusive DEATH STRANDING is now playable on Linux with the Steam Play Proton compatibility layer.
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