Valve is releasing a new feature for the Steam Deck called ‘Opt-in Feedback’, intended to better understand and improve the performance of Verified titles for the handheld system.
Steam Deck , Valve’s new handheld system that already supports Xbox Game Pass and over 1,000 video games , is getting a new feature known as “Opt-in Feedback.” As we can read on the official Steam page , this new function is used so that Valve itself can ask direct questions about the experiences of the players and thus be able to know their opinion . Like other Steam Deck features, it is entirely optional.
Broadly speaking, Valve wants to know the general opinion of the players on the performance of System Verified titles . The objective is to collect all possible information about blockages or other types of failures in order to solve them and for the system to meet the expectations of its buyers. Next, we will leave you with a quick guide on how this new application works in case you want to use it:
After playing a game on Deck, you may be presented with the question “Can we occasionally ask you for feedback?”. Your decision on whether to participate is saved to the new Steam Deck “Ask Me For Feedback” option in your account preferences and can be changed at any time.
Opting in to this system by answering yes means that your Deck may start asking you direct questions about your experiences. For example, after playing a Verified title, we may ask you whether that rating matches the experience you just had in the game: