Summary: Linux gaming with a side of news, reviews, and whatever the Hell-Elks™ we come up with.
The Borderlands HD update is coming to Linux! DXVK hits 1.0.2, SuperTuxKart has a new release candidate, and the problems with Epic Store exclusives. Then Crashbots faces the CHAIRAQSITION!
Humble gets a new CEO, Valve teaser their new VR headset, DiRT® 4™ comes to Linux, and how Proton helped improve Wine 4.2. Then Undertale faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
Google announces Project Stadia! Steam gets a facelift, The Culling calls it quits, and Vulkan powered PS4 emulators. Then The Savior's Gang faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
NVIDIA launches the 1660! Dwarves come to Steam, DXVK 1.0.1 is out, and the ugly truth about Linux gaming. Then Overgrowth faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
Humble Indie Bundle 20 is live! Valve loses 3 donkeys, Rust fails at Vulkan, and we find out what happened during the 17th annual Southern California Linux Expo.
DXVK Hits 1.0! Wine 4.3 includes the FAudio rewrite, SpeedRunners gets boostacokes, and a glimpse of Steam's new design?
Linux gaming is on life support‽ Valve eyes Dota Auto Chess, The Talos Principle gets a Serious update, and music synced lighting for Steelseries gerbils.
Steam adds a mysterious new partner API! Hollow Knight: Silksong is confirmed for Linux, GameCube Adapter Support for SDL2, and open source Metroid Prime with URDE.
ZaReason releases a Linux gaming PC! Steam gives out some awards, Rust receives a surprise update, and retro FPS DUSK answers the prayers of 17 people.
NVIDIA brings FreeSync to Linux! Steam’s getting dedicated servers for non-Valve games, Sunless Skies exits Early Access, and Lutris v0.5.0 adds support for GOG.
NVIDIA 2060 review incoming! DXVK 0.96 reduces CPU overhead, We Happy Few heads to Linux, and AMD vows to have Radeon VII drivers ready at launch.
Steam enables the Proton support for native games, NVIDIA presses the 2060 button, hardware-accelerated raytracing comes to Quake 2, and Unity rolls back their latest TOS.
NVIDIA drops the F-bomb, Unity reminds us of the danger of proprietary software, Valve issues a tsunami of VAC bans, and the developer behind Smith and Winston explains how to Linux.
The Steam Integration project awakens! Linux support is not on the roadmap for the Epic Store, dispelling the fragmentation myth, and Linux beats VR in the 2018 Hardware & Software survey.
Steam reveals the biggest sellers of 2018! Dead Cells adds babby mode, Quake 2 gets support for Vulkan, and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night drops support for Linux.