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Any idea of what this means? Are we at all closer to full game compatibility?
Still not full compatibility, but if you haven’t checked out gaming on Linux in the past 6 months to a year I suggest you do. It seems that people have been putting a lot of effort into Wine while working from home.
I’ve been keeping up. It’s mostly just my Oculus software that doesn’t work with it. (Rift S)
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I have a look at those periodically, but no mention of Oculus Software which is probably the only thing holding me back.