November 26, 2022

Funky Steam Tech rejects Linux, where Destiny threatens to ban 2 players

When will the bungee Rule 2 Come Wolverine SteamTek Portable Gaming PC? The answer seems to be no – because Sony subsidiary soon Has published a help page that not only states that the game is not supported, but also explicitly Threatens to ban Future Steam Deck Players (via Wario64)

Help page There is a new section titled “Steam Deck and Destiny 2”:

Destiny 2 is not supported for playing on any PC that uses Steam Deck or Steam Play Proton until Windows is installed and running. Players trying to launch Destiny 2 on SteamOS or Proton will not be able to enter the game and will return to their game library shortly thereafter.

Players who try to ignore the Destiny 2 incompatibility will face a game ban.

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We are asking for funky For five months Whether it generally supports SteamTech and Linux seems like a legitimate question for a number of reasons:

I was looking forward to playing like that. But we last got information from the funky about SteamTech and Proton It was October 3rd, And there are no answers to that. Now the answer appears, “We only run on Windows”.

Strictly speaking, rejecting SteamTech without giving a satisfactory explanation is not the only bungee – Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney explained to me Why Fortnight Will not be updated to the steam deck Last month, Epic’s Easy Anti-Cheat (EAC) Game says developers can run it “in a few clicks”.

And when A reference to EA’s competitor Apex Legends Let’s get to the deckAnd Elton Ring While tech (including online modes) generally uses anti-seat, it is also true that many of the best multiplayer games are not yet fully available.

Funky and Valve did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

I got it Rule 2 The deck runs through the studio. You can see a decent part of it My video review.