Steam Deck fixes the problem of the DRIFT in a software update, and increases its production speed

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Yesterday the first complaints appeared on the Internet about the Steam Deck, and had to do with their analog sticks, which suffered a small Drift similar to the already iconic of the Nintendo hybrid console.

Valve has pronounced itself, it has explained that the DRIFT of the levers of the Steam Deck is due to a problem with the software, and has corrected it in a system update.

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The first units of Steam Deck began to be sent on February 28 to users who would have managed to make the first reserves. Those who are still waiting to receive their e-mail, however, they are congratulated: In conversation with IGN, one of the engineers of Valve explains that they expect production to increase “very fast”, reaching “the tens of Thousands of units produced. ” In the second month, they expect hundreds of thousands of consoles in the market, and grow even faster from there.

It is also confirmed that Valve is satisfied with the number of units that have been reserved.

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