If you have closely followed the details about the next Valve Portable Console, Steam Deck, you will know that not all titles in Steam library will be compatible with this platform. This is because some games use a anti-Trump system that does not work properly with proton, the compatibility layer inside this laptop. Here the system Battle ye enters action, which could be integrated into games with these difficulties, and it would be enough with an email from the developers to make the change.
Despite this ease, many studies remain silent Battle ye with proton integration has reached a point where the study should only email Battle ye to enable it in any title, Valve said. There is no more work than the developer to do, in addition to that communication.
What does this mean? With just an email making the petition, the Battle ye Antitrampse System would be integrated into any Steam title, and would be playable in Steam Deck, at least at a basic level, because the studio in charge would still have to see issues of controls, such as the game pad and the touch screen of the laptop.
However, even after this ease, many studies have remained silent. According to the site The Verge, companies such as Ubisoft, Grafton and Bohemia Interactive decided not to comment on it. These three developers share even titles not compatible at Steam Deck: Day, PUBG and Rainbow Six Siege.
Other companies, such as Sony, have not revealed if they will join the option offered by Battle ye, but at least raised the voice, supporting this platform on the way. In this case, it was Shula Yeshiva, Executive of PlayStation, who published an image of Horizon Zero Dawn working correctly in Steam Deck.
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