In the past week, the frequency that the company Valve is working on a new tool that will make it easy for developers to create games for windows that can also work on Steam on Linux. The good news for those who use computers running Linux is that the company Valve has something for you. it is a updated version of Steam Play.
And for those who have not heard about it before, the Steam Play is the place where the users just to buy one game to enjoy it on Mac or Windows or Linux, assuming that the game supports the operating systems core. But with the enhanced version of the new Steam Play, it will become you can now run games that were developed for Windows on Linux, even in the case if the game does not depend on a special version for Linux.
According to Valve, this also means full support for Steamworks and OpenVR, and applications DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 will be based on the platform of the Vulkan. There are also improvements for full screen mode, support the hands of the gaming console, and more. Will be able player my Linux basically enjoy games designed for Windows without feeling that they are getting a lack on the level of quality or performance or gameplay experience in general.
However, it is not support all games so far, and take into consideration that this version of Steam Play is still in the experimental stage, which means that it is still necessary to get rid of some errors and problems. In the meantime, players can interested head to the community page for a list of compatible games currently.
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