Proton/SteamPlay: More Games to Play on Linux

Proton is amazing, and it’s easy to lose sight of all that it can do. Here’s a few videos I picked up recently to showcase some of the latest tested games running on Linux via Proton/Steamplay, as captured in video.

Halo 2: Anniversary Edition, while we wait for Halo 4 at the end of the year in the Master Chief Collection.

Tell me Why

Disgaea 4

Halo Wars

Atomicrops

Horizon Zero Dawn: finally working, but apparently not very stable and still suffering from bugs.

Hades from SuperGiant (Transistor)

Destroy All Humans, the remake of the old Xbox 1 game!

Conan Exiles

Battlefield 4

rFactor 2, the other simulation that’s constantly being updated year after year

And last but not least, Jedi Fallen Order:

That’s it for this time. Think about subscribing to those channels on Youtube so that you don’t miss out on the good stuff Linux gamers publish out there!


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leillo1975

Thanks a lot for include my rFactor 2 video. Actually, most of the current car simulators work great with Proton

leillo1975

Assetto Corsa need a lot of tweaking to run, but works:
https://youtu.be/BwKwNy0nKBo

Assetto Corsa Competizione works almost out of the box (works better with proton-ge):
https://youtu.be/uqC-KloXM60

leillo1975

In my channel you can found a lot of videos of different car games in Linux. Games like Automobilista 1 & 2, RACE 07, GTR2, F1 2017, GT Legends, Project Cars 1 & 2…

leillo1975

ufff… a dificult cuestion. rFactor 2 has some years, but it has improved a lot, and it is the reference against which the resto of racing sims are compared. In addition, the possibility of using mods is a point in its favor Talking about a more actual game, Automobilista 2 works out of the box with a very good performance in Linux since the first day (FFB and online included), and has a unique selection of cars and circuits (they are not the typical ones you will find in the rest of the games.) Assetto Corsa Competizione is another good… Read more »

leillo1975

If you want to enjoy this serious car racing games, you will need a wheel. The better support in Linux for this kind of devices is for the Logitech Wheels, and the best wheel of this brand you can use is G29 (920 has a basic driver, and the new G923 I think that don’t have support). You also can buy a second hand G27 that is a great wheel. The best driver for Logitech wheels is this module: https://github.com/berarma/new-lg4ff You can configure this wheels in Linux with Oversteer (https://github.com/berarma/oversteer) or PyLinuxWheel (https://gitlab.com/OdinTdh/pyLinuxWheel) Another models like Thrustmaster t150 and t300… Read more »