@justin258: It is probably not worth of it but it would have been a nice improvement.
I wasn't aware that Windows includes Linux kernel these days. I tought WSL translates Linux system calls to Windows's kernel ones, etc.
WSL 2 does according to this.
WSL 2 uses an entirely new architecture that benefits from running a real Linux kernel.
As for this:
When a game is announced to be available for "PC" means that Linux users has to go check if it will be available for Linux as well. It makes one feel like second class gamer.
Remember that this is a user-editable Wiki and not something managed entirely by a nebulous group of unseen, unheard-from dudes. You could always start adding Linux-native games to the Linux page.
I hope that doesn't sound too much like me saying "do it yourself", but... well... essentially that's what I mean.
For me personally, I am currently running Linux, I have spent a good chunk of today playing games on this Ubuntu partition, and... I can't say that I feel like a second class gamer here? But also, when I started playing games on Linux I accepted that I'm doing something unusual, mostly unsupported, and likely to be riddled with issues, so having to look up if a game is native or if I'm going to need to mess with Lutris/Proton/Wine was just part of the package.
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