Force Native Linux Clients with Steam Play None
Though this is rare, there might be a game or two in your Steam library which – even though it may have a native Linux version – will force the use of Proton when you run it. For instance, when running CrossCode, your Steam Deck (or Linux desktop) will prefer Proton over the native version, because Steam apparently thinks Proton is better. Maybe you don’t want to use Proton and play the game as is, natively.
ProtonUp-Qt 2.7.7 Adds NorthstarProton and Steam-Play-None Compatibility Tools, ProtonDB Ratings to Game List
We’ve got a sweet new release for the excellent ProtonUp-Qt app, for managing all of your compatibility tools for Steam, Lutris, and more. When viewing your game list, you can now check the ProtonDB ranking with the simple click of a button. Super convenient! NorthstarProton and Steam-Play-None have been added as compatibility tools. The former is “a Proton build based on TKG’s Proton-tkg build system to run the Northstar client on Linux and SteamDeck, along with some enhancements out-of-the-box.
ProtonUp-Qt 2.7.6 Improves Lutris Game Detection and the Installation of SteamTinkerLaunch
The popular ProtonUp-Qt application for easily obtaining the latest version of GE-Proton (as well as GE-Wine for Lutris, etc.) has been updated. These changes come from sonic2kk, the person who made modding Sonic Frontiers possible on Linux with SteamTinkerLaunch. Changes are as follows: Fixed downloading DXVK 2.0 for Lutris Improvements when installing SteamTinkerLaunch using the ProtonUp-Qt Flatpak Reworked the Info dialog Improved the Lutris game detection Get the release on GitHub.