Изменено (DragonWithin): 9/20/2019 4:06:45 PMThere has been no confirmation of creating a Linux or Mac version of Destiny 2. SteamPlay requires that the game be released on the platform in question and is a shared license among the different versions of the game's release across those platforms. Because Destiny 2 does not currently have a Linux or Mac version and specifically requires Windows, then it is not supported by SteamPlay. There's literally no Mac or Linux version of the game to gain the shared license to. - If you want to request this as a possible thing for the future, you'll need to post over in the Destiny 2 - Feedback forums. - If you're asking about the ability to stream gameplay through Steam's streaming gameplay feature, that's entirely an option, as the main system running it will be Windows PC; all the Steam game streaming service does is shares inputs from the client and video from the host computer. It's not emulating anything, it's just extending the virtual cables, so to speak. It's the same service that the SteamLink uses. This service is entirely different from SteamPlay. - Concerning your responses to the other comments ; using any means to access the game and make it think Windows is running it when Windows is not actually running it falls under the category of emulation, which is specifically mentioned in the help article concerning ways that one might get banned. Regardless of how it tries to make the game think Windows is running it, it still falls under that category as far as Bungie's policy is concerned. If it's not Windows but trying to make the game think it's Windows, that's bad.
Изменено (TuxyDoh): 9/20/2019 3:12:01 PMWine has caused numerous bans. Windows is listed as a required OS, any software that tries to fool the game into thinking it is in a windows environment is most likely going to fall under the emulation category and get you a ban. The reason is that D2 uses parts of windows to for its anticheat detection, running in any sort of emulation it cannot detect what is actually running/interacting with d2 as it may be outside of the emulation "bubble".