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Continuing to push out small but useful sounding tweaks, the unnoficial PlayStation Remote Play app for Steam Deck, chiaki4deck, has another little update out to make the experience better.

This cross-platform open source program allows you to stream PS4 and PS5 games over to your Steam Deck, whenever someone is hogging your fancy TV.

Version 1.6.5 includes these changes:

  • Provides quiet haptic rumble for Steam Deck (default) in addition to optional noisy haptics.
  • Adds haptic rumble for MacOS.
  • Allow escape key to be selected for key mappings in Settings.
  • Add option to start the stream with the mic unmuted.
  • Add Steam Shortcut now also available on Windows.

See more on the website.

If you've been using it do let us know your experiences in the comments. 

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