How are people coping with games that just won’t run on Linux (aside from leaving them behind)? Do you dual boot Windows? Virtualize? What’s your strategy for this?

This will be extremely rare for me since I don’t play a lot of competitive stuff, but I’d love to find a solution. I have a large library, and it’s bound to happen from time to time.

  • soulsource
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    1 month ago

    First things first: This hasn’t happened to me in ages. I even stopped looking at ProtonDB. Stuff just runs.

    However, if a game I buy really wouldn’t run on Linux, I would just refund it (if possible) and play something else. I have a pile of shame that could fill a hundred lifetimes, I really don’t need to play this one particular game.