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DXVK 0.95 Released

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  • DXVK 0.95 Released With Big Performance Win For Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    The DXVK project for mapping Direct3D 10/11 atop Vulkan for Wine/Proton (Steam Play) users continues inching closer to its eventual 1.0 milestone.

    DXVK 0.95 is the latest release out today for Linux gamers relying upon the project for a faster Windows Direct3D game running experience. DXVK 0.95 does bring minor reduction to the CPU overhead, but the biggest benefactor to this release is Assassin's Creed Odyssey.

  • DXVK 0.95 is out with various D3D10 stability fixes, CPU overhead reduction and more game fixes

    DXVK, the excellent project that Valve has been funding has a fresh brew out to continue the exciting progress made.

    For those just joining us or newer followers: DXVK is a "Vulkan-based translation layer for Direct3D 10/11 which allows running 3D applications on Linux using Wine". It's what helps make Valve's Steam Play run your games that do not have Linux support.

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