Gaming on Linux has received considerable support from companies such as Steam in recent years, allowing many major titles to run just as smoothly on your new Linux upgrade – if not faster, due to the lightweight nature of the operating system. Check out the articles below to learn how you can fine-tune your gaming experience on your new upgrade.
Check if your favorite game is Linux-compatible. Most are! To find out, head to: protondb.com
Lutris is free software that keeps all of your emulators in one place. Play games from Steam, or for PC, SNES, Atari, Gamecube, Wii, Nintendo DS, Playstation 2 & 3, Commodore 64, and more!
Retro gamer? Turn your PC into a console with these versions of Linux.
Own a Steamdeck? You’re already gaming on Linux!
Valve’s Steamdeck runs on a version of Arch Linux, offering the power of a small portable computer to run your favorite AAA gaming titles from anywhere. Enjoy flexibility and customization cases unseen in other handheld gaming devices exploring some of the use-cases suggested in the article above.
Check out this video from Distrotube for more information, and stop by r/linux_gaming for more reviews, tips, and community support!