News Steam Deck, Linux and Mac Get Easy Anti-Cheat Support

ezst036

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Gamers are rapidly being released from the domineering clutches of Microsoft. Free at last! - if you so choose.

Apple never appreciated gamers. But Linux is a good home for gamers and will likely be better in the long run than Windows.
 

Sleepy_Hollowed

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And yet we're still chained down to Valve and/or the publisher of the games.

Where's the "freedom" if we're still using proprietary, DRM controlled software in the end?
it’s not like the investors of those companies will allow releases in GOG for example.

I mostly support GOG only for their DRM free policy.
 

Sluggotg

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GOG is the best thing that ever happened for computer gaming in my opinion. I just wish they had more support for Games running on Emulators, (like Amiga games).
 

husker

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"Obviously, lacking anti-cheat support could have been a major problem for the new console. "

It would have been a major selling point for the console. It would have been a major problem for the game devs.
 

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