Valve Has Updated The Steam Client Yet Again, Adding Better Steam Controller Support

As you may know, Valve has decided to conquer your living room with their Steam Machines, which are Linux-based gaming consoles that run SteamOS and the Steam Controller, which is the first remote control that can be used to play shooters like Counter Strike.

Recently, Valve has released a new Steam Client update, for all the available platforms, bringing better support for the Steam Controller. Valve has been very quick at fixing the issues reported by the users and included the patches in the Steam Beta client.

Among others, the behavior when streaming from Steam Link has received improvements, loading official configs from Kerbal Space Program and Warframe has been fixed, a bunch of crashes have been corrected, the Triumph and Shake It Off sounds have been removed from available personalization sounds and extra Touch Menu selection settings have been added, now permitting the selection on Release Click and on Release Touch.

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