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Lutris game manager adds support for Origin integration

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The free and open source game manager Lutris continues expanding the stores it supports installing games from, with Origin now being added into the mix. Currently Lutris supports installing games (both native Linux builds and Windows games with Wine) for Humble Bundle, GOG, Steam, Epic Games and Emulators so adding Origin sounds like a good idea.

No new release is actually out with it yet, as the code has just been added into the current development area on GitHub. Lead dev Mathieu Comandon teased it on Twitter: "Origin integration for Lutris is now available on the development branch!".

See more about Lutris on the official site.

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slaapliedje 25 Jan
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Quoting: TheRiddickNice, I was thinking about this the other day. Also be nice if UbiSoft games could show up in this launcher.

I think that's the last one that GOG Galaxy has that Lutris doesn't? I still find it silly that GOG supports the Mac with Galaxy, yet I'm fairly certain I have more games supported on Linux on GOG than I do Mac games (though part of that is due to the two things; 1) I have an m1 Mac. 2) Apple dropping 32bit support.)
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