Steam Deck It hits the market in December of this year, although there are those who have already been lucky enough to test Valve’s new and ambitious laptop PC. One of them is Phil Spencer, the leader of Xbox, and it seems like everything you’ve seen over the past few days has quickly won you over. In a message posted on Twitter in which he attaches an image of the machine to his credit, Spencer has discarded himself in compliments towards it.
Beyond confessing that this week he has been in the offices of Valve talking with some members of the company – including Gabe Newell– on Steam Deck, the charismatic Xbox boss assures that after several days testing the machine, “this is a really nice device“And that” the screen and controls “, as well as Halo itself (it does not specify which installment it has played) feel really good at the controls. Finally, he was also satisfied to see how xCloud, Microsoft’s streaming gaming platform, works.
Steam Deck: everything you need to know
Unlike other portable consoles, the best definition to talk about Steam Deck is to do it thinking about a laptop that offers different configurations and price ranges. At MeriStation we have closely followed all the news in this regard, so we offer you all the information So that you have no problem knowing what Steam Deck is, what you can do with it and what purchase options best suit your needs. Then we leave you a compilation of links of interest.
- Steam Deck: all models and prices
- Steam Deck Technical Specifications
- Comparativa: Steam Deck vs Nintendo Switch Oled
- Valve does not rule out offering Steam Deck in different colors
- Ubisoft plans to adapt its games to Steam Deck
Steam Deck will begin to reach users who have reserved it during the next month of December.
Source | Phil Spencer via Twitter