Valve has confirmed that it works to make all Steam games compatible with the Linux operating system.
This information came out recently as a rumor, but the company did not want to feed speculation and rumors after the game was opened. Pierre-Lup Griffais responded to the program on the official forum.
"Today we are launching a beta version of a new version of Steam Play for Linux users, including a summer wine called Proton, which offers compatibility with games for Windows," he said.
This tool uses the Vulkan API to make Linux games that do not support this operating system work by making Windows emulation extremely suitable.
As stated by Griffais, it is in beta and will certainly receive constant updates for perfect execution.
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