DRAG is a tough-as-nails racing game that’s available natively on Linux. It went to Steam in early access, and it hasn’t been updated in over a year (and unsurprisingly, the developers didn’t get back to me when I asked on their Discord how progress was coming along). But now it seems like we’ve finally got an update. Not an actual software update; just a general update on what the roadmap for the game is.
The Steam Racing Fest kicks off this week and lasts till May 30 at 10 AM PST. A great number of racing titles are available at a discount. Native games include: DRAG - 75% off DiRT 4 - 70% off DiRT Rally - 70% off PocketCars - 40% off Road Redemption - 60% off Super Indie Karts - 64% off Steel Rats - 90% off Descenders - 60% off If you don’t mind using Valve’s Proton compatibility layer, there’s the following:
If you have GRID Legends but have been tired of the constant crashing on NVIDIA graphics cards, well, I may very well have a solution to that. The TL;DR of this article is essentially: add dxvk.conf to the game’s installation directory, then add dxgi.nvapiHack = False to get rid of the AMD driver error on launch Use Medium graphics settings or lower to avoid crashes I got GRID Legends as part of my subscription to EA Play.