The Steam Deck user interface will serve as alternatives Steam big screen mode, but we have not seen how it looks on the big screen. Well, now we have a glimpse of it, and it looks exactly as you would expect: the Steam platform UI on the big screen.
This is a screenshot based on Pavel Djundik, the creator of SteamDB.According to Djundik, SteamOS 3 has Give way, And some users have started to install operating systems on other portable PCs (such as GPD Win 3 or Aya Neo-all existing Steam deck alternative, Basically). However, the photos posted by Djundik were taken in Windows.
The Steam Deck UI is basically a desktop library, just reformatted. There is no way to visit the store at the moment. pic.twitter.com/mI2dgAppckSeptember 15, 2021
As Djundik pointed out, the UI is still under development-after all it originated in a development kit-so you should not use these photos as an indication of the final product. Nevertheless, it looks a lot like what we have already seen on the Steam platform, so it may not be far from what we got in December.
Valve confirmed earlier this week that Steam Deck Distributing development kit, So more leaks are expected in the coming weeks and months. Wes contacted Steam Deck last month, you can read his impressions here. Given Reservation status, The vast majority of users may not have access to handheld gaming devices until 2022.