New Steam Deck Feature Explained | GameSpot News News by admin - March 16, 20230 Valve’s Steam Deck just got a big update and it includes the ability to transfer installed games and game files between PCs and Steam Decks via a local network. #GamingNews #SteamDeck #GTAOnline The new Steam Deck update will also address multiple bugs and new features, a list which includes the addition of streamable games to the “Ready To Play” filter, support for the Sony DualSense Edge controller–including support for remapping of the rear buttons–and the reduction of flashing in the background when scrolling through the home screen. Another major update that’s out right now, is the finale to the Los Santos Drug Wars in GTA Online. Titled The Last Dose, this update has players unraveling a “psychedelic conspiracy,” involving Dax and the Fooliganz as they head down an “action-packed rabbit hole brimming with familiar faces, hired guns, sabotage, kidnapping, and more. There are five new missions in The Last Dose, and players can get started by accepting a phone call from Dax or by visiting the Freakshop. Everyone who plays The First Dose and The Last Dose missions will get double GTA$ and RP through March 29. However, if you’re looking for something a bit more family friendly, then check out the new additions to Nintendo Switch Online. Slowly but surely, Nintendo continues to build out the retro games library for members of it’s online service and today the company has added four more titles for subscribers, headlined by Kirby’s Dream Land 2 on Game Boy. The three other games are BurgerTime Deluxe on Game Boy, Xevious on NES, and Side Pocket on SNES. It was only last month when Nintendo introduced Game Boy titles for Switch Online members, with standouts like Metroid II: Return of Samus, Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX, and Tetris. Nintendo also brought Game Boy Advance into the fold, but those titles are for the premium Switch Online + Expansion Pass members. It’s $20 yearly for a Switch Online membership, while the expansion tier costs $50 annually. The Game Boy library on Nintendo Switch Online now stands at 11 titles. Nintendo has already confirmed four more games are coming soon, including Pokemon Trading Card Game, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages, and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons.