For those that don't remember, the folks that make the Solus distribution are working on improving Steam on Linux. They're doing so using their Linux Steam Integration project as a Snap package. They've now shown off some of the early efforts.
Firstly, as a reminder on what Linux Steam Integration actually is:
Linux Steam Integration is a helper system to make the Steam Client and Steam games run better on Linux. In a nutshell, LSI automatically applies various workarounds to get games working, and fixes long standing bugs in both games and the client.
Here's the video the Solus developer, Ikey Doherty, shared with us on Twitter:
It seems other games are working well too like Civilization VI, Game Dev Tycoon and Hearts of Iron IV. Those have been tested by Joshua Strobl, the Volunteer Communications Manager for Solus.
The use of Snaps, means it should in future work on practically any Linux distribution, which is awesome.