By FileTrekker 2 years ago, last updated 2 years ago
Portal 2 seems to be getting some love in recent months. Following on from the surprise co-op update late last year, the game has just been updated again with yet more co-op enhancements, and even support for the Vulkan graphics API.
Not that it necessarily needed it - I find Portal 2 will happily render away at 120fps at 4K Ultra even on a modest rig, but the game now supports the Vulkan renderer regardless. The game also now has improved descriptions in the advanced video setting screen, and makes the default video settings "smarter."
In terms of the game itself, the compile-time for any user-created Perpetual Testing Initiative puzzles is now significantly quicker, and there's been a bunch of other quality of life fixes and improvements;
On top of this, there's also a bunch of bug fixes too, many of which seem to relate to the Linux version of the game. It's interesting to see Portal 2 is still getting these kinds of patches or updates all these years later. Why? Who knows, but it's certainly appreciated. I recently gave the game another playthrough and it still holds up, even today.
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