The Steam Deck is finally in the hands of consumers, those who pre-ordered it months or even a year ago at its initial announcement. The device has a huge list of supported games within the library Steamand with the arrival of Windows as an optional operating system, this list has grown even larger.
After some outstanding initial impressions, the demand for this new device has only grown, but the supply from Valve remains limited, with current reservations expected to arrive at the end of the year. Even so, A new wave of Steam Deck pre-orders has arrived todayhaving sent the confirmation emails to the users who reserved it previously and should receive it in this second quarter of the year 2022.
Welcome to Q2! We’ve just sent out the first set of order emails to Q2 reservers (in order of reservation time). Starting today we’re ramping up Steam Deck shipments, and will be sending more order availability emails every week. Sometimes even twice a week! pic.twitter.com/54TAoCQXfd
— Steam Deck (@OnDeck) April 4, 2022
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It also seems that the process will begin to streamline from now on, as Valve has announced that pre-order opening emails will begin to be sent weekly, and even several times a week from now on.
A new wave of Steam Deck pre-orders arrives
Steam Deck is now available to all users who booked their first batch. Analysts have been very positive about its great power and ease of use, although the battery seems to be its most divisive point, due to its short duration and the difficulties that its replacement can entail in the event of failure. We hope that all of you who have pre-ordered the Valve console will have a great experience with it.