Wine hits 4.0, Valve's Proton extends outside Steam
Things looking good for non-Windows gamers.
Steam Play brings Windows games to Linux
Turns Wine up to 11.
CDPR says it won't be paying.
$100, same as Greenlight.
Gets a new president for 2K, too.
Switch support, DX12 by default, and more.
No launch date yet, though.
No updates past June, no app store in 2018.
Includes unannounced AAA title.
Free-roam, VR modes too.
Goes cap-in-hand back to GNOME.
Launches April 11th.
Hints at a Linux build, too.
Will publish on PC and consoles.
You can still review them, though.
Big boost in performance, it claims.
More Btrfs support, encrypted folders.
Builds on top of Vulkan.
Free to stream on YouTube now.
Voting gone, submission fee to rise.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
Around £400,000 up for grabs.
Like the BFI, but for games.
Compatible with almost any x86 PC.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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