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Proton and Wine updater ProtonUp-Qt now shows anti-cheat status

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Another update to the free and open source app ProtonUp-Qt giving you a proper user interface for downloading GE-Proton, Luxtorpeda, Wine-GE and others for Steam Deck and Linux. It works with Steam, Heroic Games Launcher, Bottles and Lutris.

Version 2.6.5 brings the ability to see the anti-cheat status in the game list you can open. A pretty useful little addition, since a previous version also added showing Steam Deck compatibility too so now you can get it together all in one list. Additionally this update will also show what games using Lutris too in the compatibility info.

Be sure to check out my previous guide on how to use it.

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Xetal Jun 20, 2022
Is this list used here by https://areweanticheatyet.com for the game list?
Curve Jun 20, 2022
Quoting: XetalIs this list used here by https://areweanticheatyet.com for the game list?

Yes, areweanticheatyet is used for the Anti-Cheat status
wit_as_a_riddle Jun 25, 2022
Hey Liam maybe you could add to your previous guide on how to use ProtonUp, a section about installing it from the Discover store? I noticed that's how you suggested installing it in your video showing Morrowind using Luxtorpeda via ProtonUp, but in your guide you suggest going to github to get it. The Discover store is way more accessible to most Deck owners I think.
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