Rumors in late May said that Valve was on the verge of unveiling a portable gaming console similar to the Nintendo Switch. Nearly two months later, Valve delivered the Steam Deck. It’s larger and beefier than the Nintendo Switch, but the new gaming rig appears to be intriguing to fans. The strange reservation process began on Friday in various markets. Many gamers complained online that they could not put their money where their interest was. You don’t get to buy the console, only reserve one with a small deposit. You can change your mind at any point after paying that initial $5.
Despite the early excitement, Steam Deck might already have a huge software problem that Valve needs to fix: Running the popular games customers want.
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