It's free, it's open source and it helps you manage your thousand+ game library, a fresh update of the game launcher Lutris has arrived.
Not a game store but a launcher. Letting you add games from GOG, Humble, Steam and more along with compatibility layers like Wine/Proton and emulators too. It's an all-in-one solution for gaming on Linux. It's also seen plenty of recognition with even Epic Games granting them a small sum. Lutris can make managing things like Origin or Battle.Net on Linux with Wine a much smoother experience, thanks to people writing various scripts to automate everything they need to be setup nicely.
The latest update 0.5.7 appears to be mainly a cleaning-up release with code styling fixes, updates to the translation files, better Debian Linux packaging and back-end things like that. There's a few user-facing updates too like having a default directory for manually added games, allowing to easily remove them. They've also migrated MESS games to MAME, there's a new no-GUI option for RPCS3, a fix for GalliumNine conflicts with DXVK and they're also now setting "RADV_DEBUG=zerovram" which should improve DirectX 12 games with vkd3d running on an AMD GPU.