Originally Posted by tpi2007
I keep reading that part about how Valve should have switched to 64-bit a long time ago, sure, they can release a 64-bit build of their client, but what good does it do to the problem at hand? The older 32-bit games that they sell on their store are not going to magically turn into 64-bit builds with that move.
It fixes the problem for the new games. Most of the older games are not native to linux. If they still wanted to sell the older 32bit games to 64bit only users they could emulate them. Wine is basically emulation anyways. Or people can stop using Ubuntu if they want to play 32bit games. I just think Valve should consider moving to a 64bit build. Because sooner or later windows is going to drop 32bit. Probably not anytime soon but it will happen.
Perhaps a DOS box for 32bit.
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Last edited by ozlay; 06-23-2019 at 04:18 PM.