OC for you.

  • yeehaw
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    7 months ago

    Yeah, not all of them though. Doom eternal, at the time, kept having a frustrating crash for me so I lived in windows like I completed it. Didn’t even attempt with elden ring. Cyberpunk 2077 didn’t work either.

    But yes, in general I will game on Linux when it works. It is my preferred kernel.

    • @[email protected]
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      57 months ago

      Doom Eternal just dropped Denuvo. And don’t they use Vulkan and OpenGL anyways? They did for Doom at least and that ran extremely well. Cyberpunk 2077 was terrible at launch on any OS and Elden Ring still suffers from bad performance to this day. Let’s also not forget that Steams Shader Precaching did help a lot with Elden Ring’s issue right after launch as well!
      Linux gaming is in a tremendous state if you ask me and it’s only going to get better. Linux users are increasing in number and with that comes better support.

      • yeehaw
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        17 months ago

        Ya don’t get me wrong, it’s so much better than 15 years ago. Until doom eternal I was already exclusively gaming on Linux. Then I just assume elden ring and cyberpunk wouldn’t work well so I didn’t even bother trying. And ya, for the hardware I have and the 60fps cap I’m surprised at how bad elden ring sometimes performs in windows…

      • @Amends1782
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        17 months ago

        Ditto to all of this. Exactly right. Love to see it