So Dying Light is apparently not that great on AMD graphics cards on Linux. I don't know if this applies to all AMD cards, but on my Radeon RX 5700 XT I get some pretty heavy graphical bugs on in-game shadows. It does not appear to affect anything other than shadows, and I did not have these issues on my previous nvidia card. I also noticed that graphical settings for the game were lacking some features on my AMD card, so apparently the developers didn't care much about AMD on Linux. The screenshot below show the issue. I have tried messing around with the graphical options, even modifying the configuration file itself, but I have not found any solution for the Linux version. However, playing the Windows version in Wine works perfectly, and I even get more graphics options in the game settings. So I actually got better graphics, not bugs, in Wine. It's a bit sad, but seems to be the preferable option if you want to play this game with an AMD card on Linux. I could not get this game working with Proton on Steam, so instead I simply installed it with newest Wine-staging, and then I installed dxvk myself using the dxvk install script Code: WINEPREFIX=/path/to/prefix ./setup_dxvk install I was impressed that this even let me use nvidia specific graphical settings, which improved the graphics considerably. Most notably shadows, which have a softer and much more realistic appearance.