Steam Deck Unveiled! Steam Shows On Twitter Videos Of Several Games Running On Valve’s Console!

We can see Psychonauts 2, Control, The Witcher 3, or the classic System Shock 2 on the portable gaming PC: Steam Deck.


As the days go by, the desire to hold Steam Deck, Valve’s portable Gaming PC that has launched its official profile on Twitter, has grown, sharing with fans several videos of some of the games compatible with the device. These include recent releases such as the fantastic Psychonauts 2 or classics such as the memorable System Shock 2.

“We will share news about the Steam Deck production, articles from developers around the world who have the development kits in their possession, and videos of the games that the Steam Deck team are testing,” reads the official description of this profile on Twitter “Let us know what games you would like to see in Deck!”, They add in their brief presentation message.

In addition to Psychonauts 2 and System Shock 2, videos of games such as The Witcher 3 or Sable have also been shared, and a beautiful photograph of one of the authors of Dyson Sphere enjoying the game on the streets of Tokyo. Obviously, these videos do not allow us to see in detail the graphic quality of the games on Steam Deck since we are talking about screenshots that directly show Valve’s portable Gaming PC. Still, they offer a good sample of what we can expect with this device in our hands.

This Twitter profile comes days after Valve itself showed the entrails of Steam Deck, emphasizing that although the user is free to modify the hardware, this is a device with a very tight design and components chosen so as not to be happily exchanged. Concerning the public, the developers have also launched positive messages, highlighting that steam Deck works well.

Very optimistic with its success in the market, the authors of Half-Life and those responsible for Steam hope that in the future, there will be more Steam Decks, be they from Valve or other companies.

Source: Daniel Grayshon (Steam)

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