Europa Press Agency

Lima, January 14, 2022Updated on 01/14/2022 12:26 pm

The video game development company Valve has assured that it will begin to market its Steam Deck portable console at the end of next February, after communicating in November a delay in its distribution due to problems in the supply chain.

YOU CAN SEE: Avatar: Reckoning | James Cameron’s movie multiplayer mobile game announced

As Valve has indicated in a statement, the launch of this portable console presented in July 2021 will begin to be marketed in February despite the stock problems by which many companies like this have been affected.

“We are well on our way to shipping Steam Decks on time. Despite the global pandemic, supply shortages, and shipping issues, it looks like we’ll be able to start distributing them at the end of February.”

YOU CAN SEE: Street Fighter turns 35: How will you celebrate it? This is what is known

In addition to setting a date for Steam Deck’s arrival on the market, Valve has announced that parallel work and tests have been carried out for the Steam Deck Verified program in relation to aspects such as fluidity during the game and compatibility with the system.

With this, he has indicated that he has sent several ‘kits’ so that video game developers can prepare their titles for the sale of the device. This is done in order to be verified by a green tick, which indicates that the game is optimal for use on the Steam Deck.

YOU CAN SEE: PlayStation Store: what were the most downloaded games during 2021

Valve announced in November that it would delay the release of the Steam Deck due to material and supply shortages, which is why it had to halt production of the console.

However, he anticipated that it would be in February 2022 when he would begin to send the products by user reservation order, which was maintained despite this delay, now confirming that he maintains these plans.

According to the criteria of

Trust Project

Know more


Tips to get started in the world of video game streaming with Umi Hyu
Streamer Umi Hyu shares some basic tips for those who want to start streaming video games online.


Leave a Reply