This new release of the Linux-based OS comes with various improvements for many handheld devices, a fix for games defaulting to 720p, and much more.
The new update adds a slew of smaller bug fixes, all in an effort to lay the groundwork for "more consistent releases in the future".
These fixes include sorting an audio issue on the ROG Ally, improving controller support for the ROG Ally, resolving a connection bug with Xbox controllers, ensuring PSP save games now work correctly, latency improvements for HandyGCCS, fixing the headphone output on the AYANEO 2 and AYANEO Geek, and much more.
Notably, this release also drops Nvidia support entirely. The release notes highlight how for the past few versions of ChimeraOS the Nvidia drivers have been causing major issues for those on systems without Nvidia components. As such, support for Nvidia has been removed for now, with plans to revisit things once "the NVK module is more feature complete".
There are a few known issues to be aware of, but you can see these along with all the improvements and other changes in the full release notes over on GitHub.