Linux with Proton now supports NVIDIA DLSS technology and BattlEye anti-cheat

Development of the Proton shell from Valve does not stand still. In the new version 6.3-8, the developers have added a number of innovations, including support for BattlEye anti-cheat and NVIDIA DLSS technology. Linux owners can now enjoy the beauty of games like Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Deathloop and others.

Experimental support for anti-aliasing technology from NVIDIA for projects based on DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 appeared in version 6.3-7. Now she is officially registered in the shell.

The update improves the compatibility of Proton with games using Valve CEG DRM protection, and the shell now supports BattlEye anti-cheat. Developers have added 24 more games to the list of games that feel good on Proton. A list of all the changes can be found here.

Recall that Proton allows you to run programs written for Windows on Linux. Proton will form the basis of SteamOS 3.0, the operating system for the Steam Deck laptop.

  • Age of empires iv,

  • Assassin’s creed,

  • Breath of Death VI,

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (single user mode),

  • Deathloop,

  • FIA European Truck Racing Championship,

  • Fly’N,

  • Game dev tycoon,

  • Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered,

  • GreedFall,

  • Mafia II (classic),

  • Magicka,

  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (AMD GPU only)

  • Mass Effect Legendary Edition,

  • Monster boy and the cursed kingdom,

  • Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Video Game,

  • Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Video Game 2,

  • Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl,

  • Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slicked Precipice of Darkness 3,

  • RiMS Racing,

  • The riftbreaker,

  • Sol Survivor,

  • TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge,

  • TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge 2

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