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

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

Epic Games has just released an update to its Easy Anti-Cheat software that will add support for the Steam Deck, as well as Linux and macOS operating systems. According to an Epic blog post today, the new update is now available to developers for free and is designed to work with Wine and Steam’s Proton compatibility layer to ensure all platforms under Linux get full anti-cheat support.

This is great news for Linux Gamers and for the new Steam Deck, since the anti-cheat services were previously locked to Windows operating systems. Even though the games could be fully functional in a compatibility environment such as Proton or Wine. Now, more platforms have the capability to run all multiplayer games  with Epic’s popular anti-cheat software, as long as developers enable Linux and Mac support.

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This is especially important for Valve’s Steam Deck, which counts on its SteamOS being able to run the entire Steam library. Obviously, lacking anti-cheat support could have been a major problem for the new console.

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