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Support for Windows, Xbox Game Pass and Epic Store; The dock will be sold separately

Support for Windows, Xbox Game Pass and Epic Store; The dock will be sold separately

Valve surprised the gaming world by announcing Steam Deck, The company’s new portable platform, like the Nintendo Switch, can be integrated with the exterior display.

Unlike the Nintendo console, The steam deck will be an open base It also allows users to install external software, thus acting like a real gaming computer. From the hands of IGNCom, we know that players will be completely free Remove the pre-installed Steam operating system to lead to Windows. This does not exclude the possibility of slightly lower performance of games (being the latest version of Steamos optimized for the new site), however you can now install any application you want, Including those related to outdoor stores dedicated to gaming (Xbox Game Boss, Epic game Shop And so on).

“If you buy a Steam platform, it’s a PC. You can install anything, plug in any side you want. Probably the best way to describe it is to say that it’s a portable PC connected to a controller rather than a game.”, Reports of Wolwin Lawrence Yang.

We also read about it on the official SteamTech website The dock station will be sold separately: “Supports external displays, wired networks, USB devices and the official dock Steam platform to connect to power. If you have one, you can use another USB-C powered hub. Official dock will be sold separately. More info coming soon.”.

Three models of Steam Tech They will be available for pre-order from Friday, July 16 at 19:00.