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Or, deserved by it's importance, "owning Steam Deck [ ] yes [ ] no"?
And I must say thanks to Liam for bringing the Linux share Steam statistics to light and reporting on it. That's very interesting to observe and think of the possible consequences later down the line.
I've always had a secondary device, but Steam Deck seems to be an easy, and somewhat important binary to include.
But you can't put it in the statistics, or am I missing something here?
I'm not sure how one would handle a handheld being someone's primary Linux gaming device, though (which is the case for me - my listed specs are for my GPD Win Max 2021, but I game in different ways on all four of my Linux portables) - perhaps a second checkbox to denote that, as well? (EDIT: I'm a dummy - I forgot that this option is already in there! )
At any rate, portables are popular, and even if Valve opts not to continue with the Steam Deck in the end, the category itself isn't going to go anywhere.
Last edited by Pengling on 27 February 2023 at 12:54 pm UTC