Everything is a cycle, and now Steam is updated to look more like your Deck on PC, with a more visual interface.
Steam, with its more than 20 years of life, has needed to be updated quite regularly. Of course, the most important leaps in the visual section and the interface of the Valve platform have occurred relatively long ago, and as a best example we have the latest update of the overlay or in-game interface that arrived last week. Now, the PC platform sees certain smaller mods for your menus, much more Steam Deck than before.
This much more portable device format comes at a very important moment and that is that the Valve console has been extremely successful. We can’t think of a PC release without setting our eyes on the laptop and its performance. Be that as it may, it should be noted that these changes are only available in the client beta version.
As Tom Warren has commented for The Verge, Gabe Newell’s Americans are messing around with a slightly more refined interface for their platform’s menus. In fact, the journalist shares a screenshot of the changes in the settings interface of the launcherbut also of the platform itself.
The icons Below “Add Game”, “Manage Downloads” and “Friends/Chat” will also see certain changes, although this is all subject to any changes that Valve implements prior to release. With this, Valve seeks that same approach visual and accurate which, as standard, include many portable devices such as the aforementioned Steam Deck.
An update that, at least for the moment, does not have a release date. The journalist adds that it should arrive in a stable version of Steam soon, but the Americans are silent, especially considering the importance of their previous update.
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