An Introduction to Linux Gaming thanks to ProtonDB

In this article the newest compatibility feature for gaming will be introduced and explained for all you dedicated video game fanatics.

Valve releases its new compatibility feature to innovate Linux gaming included with its own community of play testers and reviewers.

In recent years we have made leaps and strides on making Linux and Unix systems more accessible for everyone. Now we come to a commonly asked question can we play games on Linux Well of course And almost let me explain.

With the rising popularity of Linux systems valve is going ahead of the crowd yet again with proton for their steam client computer program that runs your purchased games from Steam. Proton is a variant of Wine and DXVK that lets Microsoft Games run on Linux operating systems. Proton is backed by Valve itself and can easily be added to any steam account for Linux gaming through an integration called 8220Steam Play.8221.

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