Steam escapes with Deck and redesigns the wardrobe: a fundamental feature is changed with the equivalent proposed by the newborn console
The arrival of Steam Deck, the first true console of Valve, also carries one feature that we will no longer see in the PC marketplace. We do not want to bore you with the steam of rhetoric, so we will cut it short: it is theinterface simil-console, Big Picture Mode. A Valve representative confirmed that a historic function of the online store will pass the baton to that born for a real console. After all, the Nintendo Switch glove has now been launched; We might as well act accordingly and bring the best change to the PC platform on which the development team has found success.
Historic farewell features: Deck’s interface redefines the look on Steam
On the official forums, austinp_valve of (in fact) Valve has confirmed that the Steam Deck interface will replace its equivalent feature, that is the navigable menu from the Big Picture Mode controller. The details are hiding for now, but it is about a more than tangible upgrade. When the new hardware is officially released, it will be possible for PC purists not to give up the charm of the interfaces seen on consoles. Not everyone could be attracted by the costs or even just by the idea of portable gaming, and obviously Valve wanted to think about this too.
As you can see above, Big Picture Mode was initially available with a beta in 2012. The console will instead be shipped in December to all those who managed to book it. For all the others, however, it will be better to put your heart in peace: the sordid market of touting is already taking steps to spoil the party for the players, and unless Valve can be as timely as Sony (we mentioned it yesterday), the diehards of the “supreme race” better get ready to pay a huge bill.
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