Now in its third month since release, Valve continues to push updates for the Steam Deck designed to improve quality of life for players on the handheld PC gaming device. After its last update added a lockscreen and window switching, the latest update adds improvements for players using the Steam Deck with an external display, as well as game-specific perfomance settings, and more.
While the Steam Deck isn’t exactly designed to be played with an external display, Valve has started to implement some updates for players who want to do it regardless. After the latest update, the interface will be scaled to a virtual 1280×800 resolution when connected to external screens, though Valve adds that this feature will be worked on and improved in the future.
The update has also added the ability for players to customize performance settings for each game they play on the Steam Deck, a useful feature considering the limitations of the Steam Deck’s portable-sized hardware. Games will use the system settings by default, but per-game profiles can be set up through the Quick Access Menu.
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