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Just recently the open source PlayStation Remote Play app for Steam Deck, chiaki4deck, got a big update but it came with a few issues that needed solving and a new v1.6.1 is out now. Plus a fun new feature was added.

This is a great app for those of you who have either a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 and a Steam Deck, especially when you want to continue gaming but someone else wants the TV it's connected to. This is actually a fork of the original Chiaki, with enhancements to make it work better directly on the Steam Deck along with better documentation.

New features and fixes in v1.6.1:

  • Fixes console registration.
  • Fixes fullscreen double-click and F11 shortcuts.
  • Don't close main window when closing stream session on MacOS.
  • Adds option to sleep PlayStation when sleeping Steam Deck.

Available via an AppImage from the release page or Flathub.

See more on the official site and GitHub.

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2 comments

bertraar Jan 17
Having wrong PSN Account ID issues but I assume it'll be fixed in a week or 2, just in case anybody else is having issues so they don't feel alone 👌
Edit; got updated today and logins working great now! YUSSSS!


Last edited by bertraar on 18 January 2024 at 4:23 pm UTC
Phlebiac Jan 18
If this is a fork for the Steam Deck, why do they have binary releases for win and macos?
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