STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor is releasing on April 28th, so Valve has released an updated graphics driver in the Preview update branch for Steam Deck.
The Nile project makes it easy to access those Bezos freebies that Amazon Prime members have been accumulating.
Portal 2: Desolation is an upcoming community-made Portal game, created by fans in tribute to Valve's iconic series and it's going to look pretty fancy.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Heart of Russia is the next big expansion for the incredibly popular trucking sim from SCS Software.
The flood gates are beginning to open around the Steam Deck with a few big YouTube channels doing a hands-on preview now live. Plus, dbrand poke fun at Nintendo with their upcoming Steam Deck accessory kit.
It's not always clear what will be a hit but sometimes, I honestly think it is and Jupiter Moons: Mecha has early signs of being something a little bit special.
Loop Hero, an upcoming mash-up of genres that blends together a roguelike adventure with deck-building and a little auto-battling in a very unique game mechanically is now launching on March 4. There's also a limited time demo up.
Mixing together FMV with a Visual Novel adventure, The Parrot That Summons Demons will be bringing the deep, dark and unsettling story by the creators of Bloody Service to Linux.
Sail Forth is a very colourful high seas adventure that sees you travel through a procedurally crafted adventure over an unending ocean.
Liquidation - Echoes of the Past is an upcoming real-time strategy game from Kiwi Brothers Studio, and we have an exclusive early Linux tech demo for you.
While Techland have put Hellraid on hold for now, they have given it a new life with Dying Light - Hellraid which is releasing on July 23 and you can get Beta access.
Factorio but your goal is ultimately to learn what your cat really wants? Learning Factory takes the automation sim into a weird but amusing direction.
A world in which computers can be fed and cured, where DNA-passwords open gene-locks, insect hormones revitalize memory, biofactories that give birth to household utensils and a lot more await in Exit: A Biodelic Adventure.
Need something to truly get your bloody pumping? HyperCore mixes together a bullet-hell with a musical rhythm game in the style of a retro space shooter.
Do creepy crawlies freak you out? You might want to avert your eyes for this one. Insatia is an upcoming game about carnivorous worms and it's delightfully different.
Starmancer, a crowdfunded title in development by Ominux Games with a little publishing help from Chucklefish is another title with a demo in the Steam Game Festival.
After playing a bunch of Tallowmere 2: Curse of the Kittens by solo dev Chris McFarland during the Steam Game Festival, I'm annoyingly hooked on the absurdness of it.
Puzzles within puzzles, that have you go inside another puzzle and then push things around and come back into the main puzzle. Patrick's Parabox is quite mind-bending but also brilliant.
Drink More Glurp is currently in the Steam Game Festival and it's as hilarious as their original announcement trailer made it out to be.
With very pretty graphics and a slick looking vehicle, DRAG is one of the titles you can currently try a demo of during the Steam Game Festival.