Valve released a Linux version of the Steam Link app, allowing the connection system to run on more devices than before. It is the latest in a series of operating systems available to work with Steam Link, including Windows, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi. And all of this for free, as long as you have a Steam account and own a game or two.
The Steam Link app for Linux was released for the first time ever, just this week. You will be able to download and download the Steam Link app for Linux x86 64-bit now, available through Flathub. The Steam Link app for Linux can be found at www.youtube.com/watch? Flathub Right this moment.
Users can set up Flatpak with a variety of operating systems, as shown On their Quick Setup page. With this update with the latest version of the Steam Link app for Linux with Flatpak, you’ll likely be able to play on systems like Chrome OS, Ubuntu, Pardus, Debian, and PureOS.
For each valve, this version is made possible thanks to a portion of CollaborateKnowledgeable, open source navigators. This system should work with Remote play as well. This includes Remote Play Together and Remote Play Anywhere.
This all goes beyond the part of the Steam Link adventure that requires specific Steam Link devices, rather than switching to the Steam Link app on a variety of devices. Steam Link Anywhere, at this point, will emerge as the simpler and more robust alternative to all other game streaming services worldwide. This includes Google Stadia, NVIDIA GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Sony PlayStation Now to name a few.