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New hardware launches are rarely a hundred percent smooth, and these days, their issues often come in the form of analog stick drifting issues. The Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox Series X / S have all drift issues with their controllers to varying degrees (the Switch in particular), and it seems the Steam Deck launched with the same as well. Unlike other devices, however, Valve’s new handheld PC has already fixed its issues.

Valve designer Lawrence Yang took to Twitter and confirmed that looking into the problem, Valve was able to figure out that it was “a deadzone regression” caused by a recent firmware update. The issues have not just been identified, but Yang wrote, “We just shipped to fix the bug, so make sure you’re up to date.”

Not long after Steam


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