OBS Studio, the best way to livestream on Linux has a fresh release out and it's a bit of a big one.
Apps, apps everywhere! It seems Paradox are doing their own client now too. I have no idea how long it's been a thing, but it appears it will support Linux too.
I've been playing with Construct 3 on and off during the beta and I have to say I'm really impressed with it.
GNOME Twitch recently released a major new version of their open source desktop Twitch client and it's a beauty.
I've been using a lot of SC Controller to play games with my Steam Controller outside of Steam, but it did have a major issue. I reported the issue and it has now been solved.
This is an interesting one, Snoost, a new cloud gaming service powered by Amazon AWS supports Linux. It uses Steam's in-home streaming with your own games library.
Today I tried out GNOME Twitch, a native desktop application for watching Twitch streams and it's really quite amazing.
Today I was sent a link to SDL2 Gamepad Tool from Seru on Discord, it's described as an alternative to the Steam Big Picture configurator for gamepads.
For those of you using OBS Studio for livestreaming and recording, you might want to update as OBS Studio 18.0.1 is now available.
During GDC at the AMD event, a LiquidSky employee stated that their gaming client that streams games to you will have a Linux client.
For fans of the awesome itch games website, the client has been updated once again with a number of bug fixes.
Discord, the insanely popular chat and VOIP client primarily aimed at gamers is now officially supported on Linux and out of beta.
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