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The Steam Deck can run Windows instead of the default SteamOS, as you’re likely aware, and freshly released drivers for those who’ve installed Microsoft’s OS on their handheld have fixed issues with playing Halo Infinite.

PC Gamer (opens in new tab) spotted that there are new Windows drivers for the Steam Deck (opens in new tab) available for download, and that the new APU driver resolves (opens in new tab) the problems that meant Halo Infinite had stopped working (it crashed when trying to run the game).



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