Valve: A next-gen Steam deck is coming

Steam Deck: Valve is ramping up production of the handheld (1)

Valve has released various gadgets in the past. These include the Steam Link, which allowed you to play your Steam library on other devices, and the Steam Machine, a pre-built computer running Valve’s SteamOS. Unfortunately, both devices never received a real successor and have now also been completely discontinued. However, the ashes of Valve’s original ideas have only recently spawned the new Steam Deck, which has been wowing gamers around the world.

A Steam Deck 2 will definitely appear

Many players are still waiting for their own unit, but according to Valve, production of the deck is progressing well, allowing them to ship far more units than originally planned. The Steam Deck is now available in Asia, and to celebrate, Valve created a cute ebook, which introduces the Steam Deck in more detail. In the book, under the section “The Future: more Steam Decks, more SteamOS,” Valve promises the longevity of the deck and SteamOS. Unlike the previous devices, the company would like to continue to expand and release new versions of the deck.

“In the future, Valve will continue to follow this product with hardware and software improvements and iterations, and will release new versions of Steam Deck. This is a cross-generational product line. Valve will continue to support Steam Deck and SteamOS well into the foreseeable future. We will learn from the Steam community about new uses for our hardware that we haven’t thought of yet, and we will develop new versions that are even more powerful than the first version of Steam Deck.”

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Reference-www.pcgames.de