The game manager Lutris has a brand new release out with some sweet new features, so time to take another look at one of the best ways to run games from pretty much anywhere on Linux and Steam Deck.
Lutris helps you run games from EA App, Steam, GOG, itch.io, Epic Games, Humble Store, Emulators and so much more. It's really useful!
Here's all that's new in version 0.5.14:
- Add Steam account switcher to handle multiple Steam accounts on the same device.
- Add user defined tags / categories.
- Group every API calls for runtime updates in a single one.
- Download appropriate DXVK and VKD3D versions based on the available GPU PCI IDs.
- EA App integration. Your Origin games and saves can be manually imported from your Origin prefix.
- Add integration with ScummVM local library.
- Download Wine-GE updates when Lutris starts.
- Group GOG and Amazon download in a single progress bar.
- Fix blank login window on online services such as GOG or EGS.
- Add a sort name field.
- Yuzu and xemu now use an AppImage.
- Experimental support for Flatpak provided runners.
- Header-bar search for configuration options.
- Support for Gamescope 3.12.
- Missing games show an additional badge.
- Add missing dependency on python3-gi-cairo for Debian packages.
What app are you mainly using on Steam Deck / Desktop Linux to manage games from other sources?