Playnite is open source video game library manager with one simple goal: Provide unified interface for all your games.

Import popular libraries

Link games from Steam, Origin, GOG, and Uplay services, including games that are not installed! Windows Store (UWP) games are also supported.

Emulation support

Playnite supports wide variety of console emulators.


Playnite's look can be fully customized, from simple color changes to complete layout re-designs.


Playnite can be extended with plugins (written in .NET languages) or by scripts (PowerShell and IronPython are currently supported).

Fullscreen mode

Fullscreen mode with full controller support is available.

Playtime counter

Playnite counts time of your game sessions (any game including emulated ones) and can also import your play times from Steam and GOG.


Playnites user interface is fast and light on resources, even with large libraries.


Playnite can run from any portable storage with option to configure database location for automatic sync via services like DropBox or Google Drive.

Completely Free

No Playnite features are locked behind paywall and complete source code is available under MIT license.


Playnite doesn't store any user information. It stores the same amount of information like web browser when linking accounts (cookies). integration

Playnite can automatically download metadata for your custom games (covers, descriptions and other information).



Spread the word

Simplest way, just tell your friends and others in your gaming community about Playnite.

Submit translations

Playnite interface can be fully translated, if you want to help and contribute translations then check translations guide on GitHub.

Create new theme

Playnite interface can be fully customized. From color changes to full layout redesign. You can check theming guide on GitHub.

Patreon or PayPal

If you have money to spare you can support Playnite development on Patreon or PayPal. Patreons also receive some additional perks like earlier feature updates and ability to vote on prioritization of new features.