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Proton 6.3-6 Adds Support for Blood of Steel, Guardians VR, and Many Other Games

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With Steam Deck coming to gamers everywhere later this year, Valve is putting a lot of effort on making their Proton compatibility tool for Steam Play support as many Windows games as possible. In fact, Valve said that they plan to make all Windows games in the Steam library compatible with Linux systems before the launch of the Steam Deck.

Proton 6.3-6 is here less than a month after Proton 6.3-5 to add support for more Windows games, including Blood of Steel, Guardians VR, 3D Aim Trainer, Rez Infinite, Sonic Adventure 2, Elite Dangerous, Homeworld Remastered Collection, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, as well as Tokyo Xanadu eX+.

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Proton 6.3-6 Released With More Games Running

  • Proton 6.3-6 Released With More Games Running, Optional NVIDIA DLSS Support - Phoronix

    It's been nearly two months since Proton 6.3-5 released for powering Valve's Steam Play for enjoying Windows games on Linux. The latest Proton update was just released with many improvements.

    Proton 6.3-6 gets more Windows games running nicely on Linux. The latest games known now to be playable with Proton / Steam Play include Sonic Adventure 2, Rez Infinite, Elite Dangerous, Blood of Steel, Homeworld Remastered Collection, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Guardians VR, and more.

Valve Releases Proton 6.3-6, Improving Compatibility

  • Steam Play Proton 6.3-6 is out now with lots of fixes and new game support | GamingOnLinux

    Following on from the Release Candidate testing earlier this month, Steam Play Proton 6.3-6 has rolled out to improve Windows games running on Linux. If you don't know what Steam Play Proton is be sure to check our dedicated page.

    Along with updating lots of the software behind the scenes like wine-mono to 6.3, DXVK to 1.9.1, VKD3D-Proton to 2.4 and FAudio to 20.08 there's a number of other specific improvements in this release. Cloud save syncing was improved for multiple titles including Guilty Gear -Strive-, Death Stranding, Katamari Damacy Reroll and Scarlet Nexus. Video playback improved for: Deep Rock Galactic, The Medium, Nier: Replicant, and Contra: Rogue Corps. Plus non-English support for Cyberpunk 2077 and Rockstar Games launchers was improved, launcher behaviour in Swords of Legends Online was improved too.

  • Valve Releases Proton 6.3-6, Improving Compatibility

    Last night, Proton — the compatibility layer that allows Windows games to be played on Linux — was updated by Valve from 6.3-5 to 6.3-6. While the number scheming here may not sound like a big difference, according to the changelog there actually is quite a few remarkable improvements from 6.3-5. Specifically, we’re looking at more games being compatible with Proton, improved audio and video playback in a few titles, improved launcher behavior with one title, better input handling with others, upgrades of wine-mono, DXVK, vkd3d-proton, and FAudio, various game fixes, and better cloud sync behavior with a few titles.

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