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.
Includes promise of 'living city' tech.
Staff going without pay, sources claim.
Devil buys winter coat and scarf.
Better performance, improved visuals.
No acquisition by EA on the cards.
Up to £25,000 per company available.
Aims to boost account security.
No separate box required.
Adds multiplayer functionality.
New look, new features.
No more Early Access, if you want.
Claims, then denies, it's Microsoft's fault.
No accounts for under-13s.
No support for Nexus 5 or 7, though.
Ports to Linux, macOS, too.
Rebellion director warns of challenges.
Says passwords not at risk.
Merely a beta for now.
There are catches, mind.
Site still to close, though.
Launches GameTrust label.
Massive changelog ahoy!
Yes, you read that right.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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