With a post on Twitter team Battle confirmed that the Anti-cheat system will support originally steam surface Already at the launch of the Valve console.
BattlEye is an anti-cheat system that protects multiplayer titles and players from them Hacking, cheating and other forms of attacks. Among the games that make use of the service, we find Rainbow Six Siege, PUBG: Battlegrounds, Fortnite, and Escape from Tarkov, to name a few.
“BattlEye has been providing native support for Linux and Mac for a long time and now we can announce that we will also support Steam Deck (Proton). This will be at the discretion of the developers, who will be able to choose whether or not to activate itThe BattlEye team announces.
Just yesterday, Epic Games announced that Easy Anti-Cheat will fully support Steam Deck OS. Either way, this is significant news for the Valve console, given that in the past months, several titles online have shown compatibility issues with Proton.
Meanwhile, Valve confirmed that it has begun sending Steam Deck developer kits to developers and partners, who can then use them to improve their production ahead of the launch of the portable console, scheduled for December.
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