Valve has announced to developers that they're going to be rolling out better ways to show off controller support for games on Steam.
Here's something that could be exciting but also could be a whole lot of nothing. So keep expectations firmly in check, but work submitted for Linux kernel 6.6 show something interesting from Valve. Potentially a Steam Deck refresh or their new VR headset perhaps?
After the rather exciting launch of the Summer Update bringing with it new matchmaking and tools to get rid of bad experiences, Valve goes for the smurfs next.
Another fresh month and Valve has revealed what were the most played games on Steam Deck. Plenty of them are of course quite obvious based on what released recently.
After the rather exciting development in the last Steam Hardware & Software Survey where Linux users overtook macOS for the first time, the latest survey shows Linux continues to be above macOS but with the numbers dipping down.
As I speculated previously when Steam Deck OS 3.4.9 went into Preview, Valve has now released it as a Stable update for all Steam Deck owners for Starfield.
Valve released a new upgrade for Proton Experimental for Steam Deck and desktop Linux on August 31st with a few additions, here's what's new.
It finally seems like it might be time for me to put another 500 hours into Dota 2, as Valve has given the game quite an interesting upgrade for The Summer Client Update.
I'll be the first to admit that we're a bit late on this news as the sale started Monday, but the Steam Strategy Fest is up and has some awesome deals on strategy game classics.
Here's something interesting for you. Valve released a fresh upgrade for the Steam Deck OS now in Beta, including a fix for an upcoming game.
There's currently somewhere around 92,000 games on Steam and so it's going to take a long time for Valve to check them all on Steam Deck but here's some recent picks.
Valve released a fresh mid-week update to Proton Experimental to fix up issues across multiple games, and once again the dreaded EA App behaving badly once again.
A while ago I mentioned how the upcoming SteamOS 3.5 for Steam Deck added in a colour vibrance setting, and now Valve seems to have expanded it even further with a screen colour temperature setting as well.
While we have DeckHD launching their higher-resolution Steam Deck screen replacement, we also now have JSAUX who have launched their own Steam Deck Anti-Glare screen replacement.
Has it really been that long? Apparently so. Valve originally announced their rebranding of Steam Play with Proton back on August 21st, 2018. Seems like a good time for a quick reflection being halfway to a decade old now with the tech that gave rise to the Steam Deck.
Valve has rolled out two updates for the Beta Branch of the Steam Deck within two days, August 17th and August 19th. Here's what's changed.
Valve continue cleaning up regressions with a new Proton Experimental release put up on August 18th, so here's what's been sorted this time.
Valve has pushed out a fresh SteamVR Beta, and it seems they've begun cleaning up the Linux side of it that's had some issues plaguing it recently.
Valve has released a new Beta version of the Steam client for desktop and Steam Deck, plus an expansion to add in Indonesian language support.
A small update for Proton Experimental launched on August 10th for Steam Deck and desktop Linux to fix issues with two problematic games.
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