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Version 1.7.0 is out now for chiaki4deck, the open source community-made PlayStation Remote Play app for Steam Deck bringing in some goodies. This follows on from a recent pre-release, now ready for everyone.

This version brings with it the new remote connection via the PlayStation Network, so you can connect to your console without needing to mess around with port forwarding making it much easier to get going when someone is hogging your TV.

Other changes / additions include:

  • Allow zooming out from resolution for users targeting a resolution beyond their screen resolution (i.e., 1080p on Steam Deck).
  • Enable don't fragment for MacOS Big Sur and later for more accurate MTU readings during Senkusha.
  • Create a fallback session id when session id isn't received instead of erroring out.
  • Workaround patch for vulkan ffmpeg hw decoder bug affecting Nvidia 30 series graphics card users.
  • Add additional option for obtaining the PSN AccountId via logging in with your PSN username and password (in addition to the public lookup).

Nice to see it continue to improve! Great software and it really works well.

See more on GitHub and the website.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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EduAAA May 20
QuoteAllow zooming out from resolution for users targeting a resolution beyond their screen resolution (i.e., 1080p on Steam Deck).
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