Mesa 21.2 graphics stack is now available for download with new features, improved support for many games, and various other changes. It’s coming soon to a GNU/Linux distribution near you!
DXVK 1.9.1 open-source Vulkan-based implementation of D3D9, D3D10, and D3D11 on Linux brings better support for several Windows games, including Far Cry 1, Far Cry 5, Roblox, and GTA IV.
DXVK 1.9 Vulkan-based implementation of D3D9, D3D10, and D3D11 for Linux on Wine improves support for Days Gone, GTA IV, Final Fantasy XIII, Kohan II, NieR Replicant, and other games.
Collabora’s Wayland driver for Wine gets support for the Vulkan graphics API, multi-monitor support, HiDPI support, cursor clipping and relative mouse movement, and Wayland keymap handling.
Collabora announces PanVk, an open-source Vulkan driver for ARM Mali Bifrost and Midgard GPUs to be included in future Mesa graphics stack branches.
DXVK 1.8 open-source Vulkan-based implementation of D3D9, D3D10 and D3D11 on Linux/Wine is now available for download with improvements for Nioh 2, Hitman 3, F1 2020, Atelier Ryza 2, and other games.
Valve released a new major Steam Client update that brings many improvements for Linux gamers, along with EA Play support, better controller support, and numerous other enhancements and bug fixes.
The Nvidia 450.66 graphics driver for Linux, BSD and Solaris systems is now available for download. This release brings support for several new GPUs and more Vulkan improvements.
Ikey Doherty’s new startup Lispy Snake presents Serpent, an open-source game framework for helping indie game developers create 2D games.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has started working on implementing support for the Vulkan graphics API to their Raspberry Pi single-board computers.