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An early March round-up of Steam Deck news

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Do you feel like you're falling behind on all the Steam Deck news? Here's a round-up of a few things to keep you going.

If you missed a big recent update, you can now use DOOM Eternal Ray Tracing on Steam Deck. That's not all though, there's been plenty more happenings.

See it all in my new round-up news video below:

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Liam Dawe Mar 7
Quoting: LightkeyAnother one to add: Chips and Cheese wrote a deep dive on the Van Gogh APU.
That’s noted in the video already, linked in the L3 cache issue.
Lofty Mar 7

kria Mar 8
Yay Resident evil 5 working on my switch ^^
Matombo Mar 9
Oh no. Now I can't unhear it. You doo sound a little bit like salad fingers!
Now that you mention it and I had a quick listen, you must be Salad Fingers! That's awesome, did you do the voice acting or?
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