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A popular video games console that’s often used for shoot-em-up games has found a new purpose.

Ukrainian soldiers are reportedly using the Steam Deck as part of a remote control weapon called the ‘Sabre’ in their war with Russia.

Ukrainian news page TPO Media showed soldiers controlling a huge machine gun using the portable games console, which is used to play PC games on the popular Steam platform.

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The ‘Sabre’ system is designed to let soldiers fight their enemies from long-range and can handle anything from light machine guns and AK-47s to anti-tank rounds.

The games console enables soldiers to control machine gun turrets with remote control(Image: TPO MEDIA)

The idea is that soldiers will be able to operate weaponry without being exposed to enemy fire.

One person behind the Sabre project said in a YouTube video: “Soldiers have been injured because they were on top of armoured personnel vehicles and while protected to some extent, their chest and heads were exposed.

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