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#22

Is there really coming linux client?


#23

no just another mystery


#24

This isn’t about a Linux client. It’s about the server software for Linux. The elements have answered multiple times about a Linux Client, there’s no current plans.


#25

The most recent status still seems to be the case: An API call that FiveM uses is not implemented on Valve’s Proton or whatever else people are using.

Strontium didn’t respond to the question after their post asking if the client would run anyway, I’m assuming that the client wouldn’t work otherwise and that’s why there are no further announcements on a Linux client.


#26

A Linux client…? What are you talking about? Since when does GTA V run on Linux?


#27

GTA V doesn’t natively run on Linux, but Valve has this project called Proton which is a fork of some other projects which is aimed at getting traditionally Windows-only games working on Linux. Here’s the page for GTA V.

Because the base game seems to work decently well on Linux right now, folks are wondering about getting FiveM to work on Linux, but that currently isn’t possible for the post I linked above.


#28

I’m still lost lmao.

Are people using Linux having any issues right now?


#29

Oh yeah, lots of issues, but currently none of them are related to FiveM-on-Linux.


#30

its a fork of wine developed by valve with the help of the wine team


#31

Has there been any update on this?


#32

Linux builds are already back for quite some time.