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Lutris v0.5.12 out now fixing Origin, Epic Store, Ubisoft Connect, GOG

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Lutris, the all-in-one game manager for Linux and Steam Deck, has an important bug-fix release out now you'll want to upgrade for the best experience. There was a Beta released for this back in October, with this full release including a couple of extras.

Here's the highlights of Lutris v0.5.12:

  • Add support for Xbox games with the xemu runner.
  • Fix authentication issue with Origin.
  • Fix authentication issue with EGS.
  • Fix authentication issue with Ubisoft Connect when 2FA is enabled.
  • Fix integration issue with GOG.
  • Add Discord Rich Presence integration.
  • Add ability to extract icons from Windows executables.
  • Allow setting custom cover art.
  • Re-style configuration dialogs.

More on the official site. The Flatpak package is not yet up to date but they're working on it.

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fenglengshun Dec 6, 2022
While I still like Lutris for managing emulator games, I gotta say, this latest update feels underwhelming with regard to Lutris for managing Wine games, compared to Heroic, Bottles, or even Steam (esp. with option to use sgd-boop and steamtinkerlaunch).

Even for certain online games, people has opted to make its own launcher (Minecraft, FFXIV, GI) or there are scripts that works independently of Lutris, so even as a community repository for game installation it's starting to lag behind.

Lutris is great for its time but I think the design decisions made back then has started to take its toll. It's still a nice tool but I can't say that I want to use it these days unless I need to. I'd rather just use Heroic or Steam with Steam ROM Manager.
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