The Valve Steam Deck game console is highly regarded by console gamers. The novelty is based on a powerful but energy-efficient AMD Zen 2 processor with four physical and eight virtual cores with an AMD RDNA 2 graphics card. Octa-core. There’s also 16 GB of fast system memory and a 60 Hz 17.8-inch 7-inch HD display with resolution 1,280 x 800 pixels (16 to 10 aspect ratio). All games on the new console run at least 30 frames per second, which further affects the quality of gameplay.
The most interesting thing is that from now on, the new Valve Steam Deck game console can run Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service. Detailed instructions are even posted on the official Microsoft website (here). We will need the Edge web browser to run the popular cloud gaming service, and it will take some effort and time to enter certain commands. For this purpose, Microsoft recommends the use of a computer mouse and keyboard. Right after that, we will be able to play Halo Infinite on the Valve Steam Deck console.
Of course, accessing the Xbox Cloud Gaming service requires a Microsoft user account and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service. There are currently over 100 different games available. The main advantage of the Xbox Cloud Gaming service is that the games do not need to be installed, but they can be played instantly in the so-called streaming mode.