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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-12-2019, 12:28 PM - Thread Starter
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So first day owners had to experience bad performance and they had to wait more than 1 year to get proper performance?

I thought someone had bumped this article because it was old but seems, I was wrong.
This is regarding the release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Linux and Mac which was released November 5th.

I bought Shadow of the Tomb Raider at launch and finished it the first week it was out. I didn't have performance problems with my RX Vega 64 using DX12.


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game ran like a dream on DX12 for me, I just didn't like the reduced scope/increase linearity.

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So first day owners had to experience bad performance and they had to wait more than 1 year to get proper performance?

I thought someone had bumped this article because it was old but seems, I was wrong.
On top of not getting the DXR goodness until much, much later and the thing was underwhelming at best.

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Is there a place to download the Feral binaries, if you already have it on Steam? Or is the Linux/macOS version a separate purchase?

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Is there a place to download the Feral binaries, if you already have it on Steam? Or is the Linux/macOS version a separate purchase?
That's correct you can install the Feral version via Steam if you already own the game. Same for other Feral Interactive ports.

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Phoronix did a benchmark comparison between 23 cards using Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Linux.

https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...b-raider&num=1

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When stressing Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Linux with the highest quality visuals, the GTX 1660 SUPER/Ti or higher would yield a playable experience. The RX 5700 continued aligning just with the RX Vega 64 which was just faintly ahead of the RTX 2060. The RX 5700 XT performance nearly matched the RTX 2060 SUPER while the Radeon VII came frames ahead of the RTX 2070.

Those are our initial performance metrics for Feral's Linux port of Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Additional tests in varying driver configurations are forthcoming.

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So.. it's still slower than the Windows variant? Seems like it from all the screenshots.
How long did one have to wait for the game to get ported after it was launched for other OSes?

Hardly seems worth bothering with.

Would rather have a Vulkan version that is OS agnostic, done, problem solved. Launch it day 1, not years later.
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So.. it's still slower than the Windows variant? Seems like it from all the screenshots.
How long did one have to wait for the game to get ported after it was launched for other OSes?

Hardly seems worth bothering with.

Would rather have a Vulkan version that is OS agnostic, done, problem solved. Launch it day 1, not years later.
Just updated my driver to use the Mesa 20/ACO driver. Performance is pretty similar between the two.
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Are there any results for NV driver between Win and Lin?
HDR still non existent on Linux?
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That's correct, under Winecfg there is an option to pick the Windows version. It looks like Proton is set to use Windows 7.
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