The famous game manager on Linux received an implementation for hybrid GPUs, in addition to several improvements and fixes.
One of the most famous game managers for Linux reaches its version 0.5.4 with several improvements, fixes and news, such as support for NVIDIA Prime.
In version 0.5.4 of Lutris, we had several very interesting updates and some called attention, which I will list below:
Python 3.8 support added;
Added support for Nvidia PRIME off-load;
Esync is now working with Wine Staging 4.6 or higher.
Lutris Wine, in version 4.20, now even has a fix for Overwatch, where the left CTRL key was not working and the High Precision Mouse Input was also fixed;
About Nvidia PRIME off-load, this is very good, as it will allow only the game to be rendered on the GPU, thus relieving the processor. To learn more about the NVIDIA implementation on Linux, you can check out this article. The other improvements and updates present in this version, you can check here. This article does not end here, keep exchanging an idea there in our forum. I hope you see you next time, a strong hug.
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