Valve claims that the current version of its recently announced Steam Deck console has not found a game that it cannot run.
Valve announced its first console, the Steam Deck, to the surprise of many earlier this month. Now, the company claims that the handheld device can run anything gamers throw at it.
Speaking to IGN, Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais explained: “We’ve been looking at various games over the years in the previous catalog, but the real test for us was the games that came out last year. They just couldn’t. it really works very well on the earlier types of prototypes and architectures that we were testing. ” He continued: “This is the first time that we have achieved the level of performance that is required to really run the latest generation of games smoothly.” Griffais added: “All the games that we wanted to be able to play are actually the entire Steam library. We really haven’t found anything that we can throw to this device that it can’t handle.”
Valve released the Steam Deck specs along with their announcement. The console has a 7-inch touchscreen, trackpads, and a built-in gyroscope for basic motion controls. Consumers can choose between a 64GB eMMC hard drive, a 256GB NVMe SSD, and a 512GB NVMe SSD. Additionally, Steam Deck also supports microSD cards. Valve has previously claimed that the Steam Deck battery lasts up to eight hours with light use.
Steam Deck will launch in December in the US, Canada, Europe, and the UK. The console will launch in other regions in 2022.
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