Steam May Be Getting An Official Android Emulator Soon

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According to the leaks, Valve is looking to bring an official Android emulator to Steam. This will work with great synergy with the Steam Deck, further exploiting the handheld capabilities. Some listings have been found to shed light towards an open-source emulator called Waydroid.

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WayDroid – Steam Android Emulator

Bradley Lynch, a well-known leaker and SteamVR data miner discovered a SteamDB bundle that contained five programmes. Two of them have new artwork that references Waydroid. Waydroid is an open-source emulator that allows Linux-based computers, such as the Steam Deck, to run Android applications using Linux namespaces.

This open-source emulator enables a full-fledged Android system to run within a container and provides native-like performance.

SteamDB indicates that Valve has been working on a Steam app featuring the Waydroid logo since May 30. The database’s most recent update is from four days ago, indicating that the integration is ongoing.

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