The Mesa 22.2 Graphics stack improves Halo Infinite, Minecraft, and Other Games

The Mesa 22.2 Graphics stack improves Halo Infinite, Minecraft, and Other Games ...

The Mesa 22.2 open-source graphic stack has been officially released as a result of this open-source graphics driver initiative for GNU/Linux distributions and other systems.

The ARB_robust_buffer_access_behavior extension for the D3D12 Gallium driver, GL_EXT_memory_object_win32, and variablePointers and vertexAttributeInstanceRateZeroDivisor support for the D3D12 Gallium driver, as well as Valhall support for the Collaboras Panfrost driver for Mali GPUs.

RADV, VK_EXT_image_2d_view_of_3d, VK_EXT_primitives_reported_query for ANV, lavapipe, and RADV, as well as VK_EXT_border_swizzle for ANV, lavapipe, and turnip, are among the more extensive Vulkan extensions.

The EGL_KHR_context_flushcontrol and GLX_ARB_context_flushcontrol extensions for all drivers included in the graphics stack are included on the Mesa 22.2 release, along with the WGL_ARB_create_context_robustness extension.

Mesa 22.2 adds more features to your favorite video games such as Final Fantasy X, Total War: Warhammer, Halo Infinite, Apex Legends, Team Fortress 2, Batman: Arkham Knight, Splitgate, Trine, and Alan Wake, as well as Amnesia: The Dark Descent, GTA IV, Minecraft, Star Citizen, Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus, Thief, GRID Autosport, Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance, RAGE 2,

It enhances support for the GNOME desktop environment on the Fedora Linux 36 distribution, addresses a graphical flaw in RadeonSI''s Valve Source-based games, improves support for the Mozilla Firefox web browser and Blender 3D graphics software, and improves support for Radeon RX 5500 XT and Radeon RX 5700 XT GPUs.

If you are concerned about the stability and reliability of your GNU/Linux distribution, you may download the Mesa 22.2.0 release right now, but keep in mind that it is considered a development release, so you may have to wait until the Mesa 22.2.1 point release.