The Steam Client Beta of Valve supports Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controllers

The Steam Client Beta of Valve supports Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controllers ...

If you like the ability to sync your Nintendo controllers with other devices and applications, you may be a fan of Valve's latest Steam update. The company responsible for franchises such as Half-Life, Team Fortress 2, and the Portal series has revealed that it supports Nintendo's Joy-Con controllers in its latest Steam Client beta.

If you have Steam and this particular client, it means you may now sync your Joy-Con and use them as a controller. The patch notes explain how they may be used individually or in a pair.

"Added support for Nintendo Joy-Con controllers, both individually as a mini-gamepad and combined in pairs," says the publication.

Valve added support for Nintendo's Switch Online classic controllers at the end of July, including the NES, SNES, N64, and Mega Drive / Genesis wireless controllers, in this latest Steam Client Beta update.

In 2018, Valve added support for Nintendo's Switch Pro Controller, and even made pads like Hori's Pokken Tournament DX Pro Controller compatible with their client. Tell us down in the comments.

[source steamcommunity.com]