Steam Big Picture Update

Posted in  pcgaming | 2022-05-13

Valve will Replace Big Picture Mode with the New Steam Deck UI

Share All sharing options for: Valve will replace Big Picture mode with the new Steam Deck UI. Big Picture, the mode that converts Steams user interface into a more consolelike design better suited to TVs and controllers than monitors and mice, may not be long for this world.

Steam's Big Picture Mode

Click the "Big Picture" button featured in the top right corner in the Steam client, or press the home button on your controller while using the Steam client. To exit this mode, click or press your controller's "A" button while focused on the "Exit" button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Will Steam Big Picture be Updated?

Back in July, a moderator on the Steam community forums wrote: " Yes, we are replacing Big Picture with the new UI from Deck. We dont have an ETA to share yet though." Replacing the littleloved Big Picture mode will be welcomed by most Steam users.

What Happened to Steam Big Picture?

Big Picture mode, which is a feature of the Steam PC client, is being replaced by the user interface from Valve's upcoming Steam Deck portable device.

Will SteamOS 3.0 be Available?

Valve affirmed that SteamOS 3.0 will continue to be freely available, with the intention of allowing other hardware developers to take advantage of it and build similar handheld computing devices like the Deck.

Do Games Run Better in Big Picture?

I havent noticed any performance difference ingame, because everything runs smoothly when using the dedicated graphics chip. You need to run Steam in Big Picture mode to be able to change controller configurations while ingame, which is kind of annoying.

How do I Start Steam in Big Picture Mode?

Open the Steam app on your desired display.
Click on the Big Picture button in the top right of Steam (or press and hold the home button on your controller).

Why does my Controller Work in Big Picture but not in Game?

If the PS4 controller works in big picture but not ingame then make sure the controller is plugged in and switched on before starting the Steam. Go into Big Picture mode, if you go to settings and the controller options. Make sure to Turn Off Xbox Configuration Support.

How do I Fix Big Picture Mode on Steam?

Well, how to disable Big Picture mode or how to get Steam out of Big Picture mode? It is also easy to be complete — you just need to move your cursor over the Exit button in the top right of your screen and then press the A button on your controller ; alternatively, you just press ALT + ENTER on your keyboard.

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