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It seems the recent 1.6.0 release of chiaki4deck, the PlayStation Remote Play app for Steam Deck had some issues with performance that v1.6.2 should now solve.

Who needs a PlayStation Portal right? If you have a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 and a Steam Deck too, get the best of all worlds thanks to open source projects like this. Doing what major vendors don't - giving you real options no matter the system you're on.

From the v1.6.2 release notes:

  • Fixes framepacing regression introduced in 1.6.0.
  • Dualsense haptics now work again on Linux.
  • Corrects stretch and zoom when using stream command.
  • Stop stream freezing on close on Windows.
  • Stop stream crashing on close on Windows.
  • Report corrupted frames earlier resulting in less frames dropped when a corrupted frame occurs.
  • Fix mac arm build not opening and reporting as damaged due to not being signed (was also backported to 1.6.1).

More info on the GitHub and official website.

If you try out this latest update be sure to let me know how you get on it the comments below.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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