GTA 6 could appear later than expected, Valve presents a new Steam deck model, here is the summary – Phonandroid

Barely made official, GTA 6 is already causing talk about its release date, Valve has introduced a brand new Steam Deck model with an OLED screen and Windows 10 may not close in 2025, that’s the summary!

GTA 5 on PS5

It’s time for the big recap of Friday, November 10, 2023. Today we had the announcement of a new console, a highly anticipated game whose release date is mentioned, and an operating system that might last a little longer than expected. Let’s go !

GTA 6 may not be released until 2025

It’s okay, it’s finally official. Rockstar has actually announced GTA 6. No images or details, just the certainty that the first trailer will be released in early December. However, you don’t have to wait a while for the game. Rockstar Universe and RockstarINTEL, two specialized websites, announce that the target year for release would be 2025, not earlier. It’s credible to know the studio’s habits. After waiting ten years for GTA 6, what’s another two years?

Read – GTA 6: Rockstar has reportedly postponed the release of the game despite the impending arrival of the trailer

Valve announces Steam Deck OLED

It’s a big surprise: Valve has announced a brand new Steam Deck model. Its special feature? I have an OLED screen. In fact, the American brand has included a 7.4-inch panel with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. We’re sticking with 800p, but it’s still a big improvement! We are also promised a slightly more powerful processor inside. Not enough to change the experience, but plenty to accompany this new screen.

Read – Steam Deck OLED: Valve launches a new, even more powerful version, here are all the changes

Windows 10 may last a little longer than expected

Windows 10 was released in 2015. So in theory it should end in 2025. But a billion users still use this operating system and that poses a serious problem for Microsoft. Some observers therefore assume that the Redmond company could allow a little more time to give latecomers time to upgrade to Windows 11 and Windows 12, which could be available as early as next year.

Read – Windows 10 is too popular to give up. Will Microsoft give him another reprieve?