The Steam Deck is unquestionably a piece of machinery that can be viewed favorably. Despite the fact that it has several flaws and that for many people, its availability is its largest drawback, it’s still a good console and the best attempt at moving a PC to a mobile platform. And in addition to having access to a sizable number of titles that are linked to our account, we also have almost full compatibility with the Valve platform itself.
It turns out that the authors do not intend to sit back and let things happen naturally. The existence of Steam Deck 2 (with no official name, of course) was announced in a special e-book that debuted alongside the handheld’s release in Asia. It will be developed in response to feedback from owners of the present version of the device. The upcoming version will be much more open, which is always welcome news:
“This product line spans multiple generations. For the foreseeable future, Steam Deck and SteamOS will be supported by Valve. We will discover new applications for our hardware from the Steam community that we had not previously considered, and we will create updated versions that are even more open and effective than the original.”
You must acknowledge that this is undoubtedly a fascinating message that gives you hope. It is still to be hoped that the premiere will be a success and that the equipment we will use in practice will be at least marginally more successful than the one we have right now. After all, progress must continue. Please share your thoughts on this creator’s promise and whether it would convince you to try the next version.