Valve has released the latest update for the game client Steam, which includes optimizations for the full screen mode (“New Big Picture Mode”) and various games on Linux. The update also provides new features and bug fixes for Steam Input and Steam Remote Play.
Major product maintenance for the Steam Client
The automatically provided Steam Client update is designed as a major product update for various areas. In addition to a correction for the output of update news and other pop-ups when GPU acceleration is activated and correct display with Windows scaling of 100 percent, Valve has also improved the input options (“Steam Input”). For example, a bug with the Switch Pro Controller has been fixed.
Innovations are also being incorporated for adding commands and the controller for Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and the Steam Deck.< /p>
Bug fixes in all areas
Bug fixes address, among other things, the full-screen mode (“New Big Picture Mode”), which has been cleaned and stabilized for several causes of crashes, Steam Remote Play, whose personalization options have been corrected, and various games that are designed natively for Linux – such as Borderlands 2 (test).
Also fixed crashes of the Steam overlay and incorrect deactivation of Bluetooth controllers.
Steam Client Update – Release Notes
Update will be installed automatically
The latest Steam Client update is already being rolled out and will be offered when the software is started . Alternatively, the update can also be triggered manually using the “Check for Steam Client Updates” option.
For more information, see Valve's official announcement on the Steampowered blog.