Valve Shows You What Not to Do With Your Steam Deck – IGN Daily Fix

In the current episode from the Daily Fix, Valve published a teardown video from the Steam Deck yesterday, and spent a good minute and alter from the video telling individuals to NOT do what they are doing.

Particularly, they do not want people opening their Steam Decks and messing around inside. Why? They might break something. Battery could explode. The structural integrity from the whole unit might be compromised. Essentially, millions of things may go wrong. But, Valve notes that should you choose get your own Steam Deck, you are liberated to do anything you want by using it (which includes voiding the warranty), because the Steam Deck is really a handheld PC, it’s area of the lengthy tradition of PC gaming to go into there and screw around. Just don’t go crying to Valve whenever you break something.

The Battlefield 2042 Beta has become public (for individuals who pre-purchased), and surprise surprise, it’s bugs. That the beta has bugs is not shocking anybody, it’s the game is really a month from release there appear to become a lot of bugs inside. EA and DICE did state that the beta is definitely an old build and also the developers happen to be working hard fixing the problems.

And lastly, yesterday’s massive Twitch source code leak also revealed the revenue of a few of their top streamers. You know what? A number of them make millions annually from Twitch alone. And, for whatever reason, this really is causing a number of individuals streamers’ fans to panic just a little. Subscriber figures are usually published, therefore it really should not shock anybody that the streamer like xQc made greater than $8 million dollars over a couple of years from streaming on Twitch.

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