My HDD in my gaming computer died so I have to buy a new HDD and install Windows again. But before I do that I was wondering how well does Linux handle gaming? I know there are some native Steam games that run on Linux right away but other games like BF3, Witcher 2, etc. would be playable through programs like Wine or PlayonLinux? Would these programs be updated frequently to play latest games like BF4 maybe a couple weeks after it releases or is there just no guarantee that games would work with these programs?
Unless you've got a lot of patience and are prepared to do some work to get things to work like they would on Windows, I wouldn't suggest Linux as your main OS for gaming. --- http://i.imgur.com/J0lvB6S.jpg | http://i.imgur.com/DoHj9yA.jpg | http://youtu.be/YXkx-PSwbG4
#4Orestes417Posted 8/19/2013 3:50:57 PM
Linux isn't Windows, if you want guarantees that Windows programs will work you're going to be using Windows --- If they asked how I died tell them: Still angry.
#5MeghiddoPosted 8/21/2013 4:26:30 AM
Just set up a dual boot, one for each os --- Currently playing - doctor, with your mom