Steam DeckHalo Infinite issues fixed on Steam Deck with new...

Halo Infinite issues fixed on Steam Deck with new Windows drivers


New Windows APU drivers for the Steam Deck just dropped, and they aim to rectify issues that some users were running into with Halo Infinite and a handful of other unspecified games. Halo is actually quite an important game for the Steam Deck to run well on Windows, as it’s not supported natively on Valve’s own SteamOS due to anti-cheat.

One of the main draws of booting your Steam Deck into Windows, rather than its own Steam OS, is to play games that otherwise aren’t supported on the system. Most of Microsoft’s major titles, including Halo and Gears, aren’t supported on the Steam Deck due to anti-cheat limitations (opens in new tab), and the same goes for Destiny 2.

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