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Come win a key for the upcoming fantasy city-builder Songs of Syx
10 September 2020 at 3:47 pm UTC


I would like to win a copy, thank you GOL and Gamatron

Civilization VI - New Frontier Pass launches without Linux and macOS
22 May 2020 at 11:02 am UTC

Maybe they are delaying it because of the coronavirus.

This days Aspyre are more into console port and game edition, than into mac and linux ports.

I hope they choose to comeback to us and take the Vulkan way.

NVIDIA driver 440.59 released for Linux
5 February 2020 at 7:21 pm UTC Likes: 1

The sound is back with the 5.5.2-arch1-1 kernel :)

NVIDIA driver 440.59 released for Linux
4 February 2020 at 5:10 pm UTC

Same here, no more sound :(

Canonical planning to drop 32bit support with Ubuntu 19.10 onwards
21 June 2019 at 10:14 am UTC Likes: 3

Quoting: vlademir1Switching from *Buntu to Antergos is a project I've had on the table for a few years anyway

i think you have to choose another distro Antergos is dead:

Borderlands 2: Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary, the (currently) free DLC is out, but not for Linux yet
10 June 2019 at 11:59 am UTC Likes: 3

Quoting: NanobangIs it possible (or even recommended ?) to use D9VK with Proton-as-SteamPlay (as opposed to, say, Proton-as-separate WINE alternative)? If so, how would a varmint like me go about making that happen?

it's easy download latest D9VK version here

Then go to the folder where your steam games are and look for the Proton folder of the version you want to replace, let's say it is Proton 4.2, extract the D9VK file and replace those in /Proton 4.2/dist/lib/wine/dxvk and /Proton 4.2/dist/lib64/wine/dxvk

In the Proton 4.2 folder there is a file named proton, edit it to replace the line:

dxvkfiles = ("d3d11", "d3d10", "d3d10core", "d3d10_1", "dxgi")


dxvkfiles = ("d3d9", "d3d11", "d3d10", "d3d10core", "d3d10_1", "dxgi")

What are you clicking on this weekend? Let us know your current favourites
1 June 2019 at 9:31 am UTC

Just bought Dirt 4 this week, it is currently at 80%, so i will be playing this for the weekend and also some Basingstoke and maybe some Walking dead with Proton.

Kerbal Space Program is getting a big expansion named Breaking Ground, releasing this week
27 May 2019 at 9:46 am UTC

it's free for those who purchased kerbal before april 2013 :)

QuoteKerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion will be released on May 30th for PC for $14.99 USD. And yes, we’re keeping our promise that all players who purchased the game through April 2013 will receive the expansion for free. We’ll provide more details on how that will work before launch.

After a recent big update, Rise to Ruins breaks its own single-day sales record
3 May 2019 at 5:11 pm UTC

it's the offer of the day effect on steam in action, being on sale in the front page get you a lot more sale especially if your game is considered to be cool rather than being buried with hundreds of others games on the sales pages.

NVIDIA have two new drivers out with 430.09 and the Vulkan beta driver 418.52.05
23 April 2019 at 4:29 pm UTC Likes: 2

Quoting: wleoncioWait, so what does that make version 430? Super stable? :P

According to this link 418.56 is the current long-lived branch, and that probably make 430.09 the new current official release, but the page did not seems to be up to date.

I guess none of them are super stable and come with it's own batch of bugs :)