Valve is having trouble selling its Steam Deck portable gaming machine, but that hasn’t prevented the company from pressing on with its plans for the next iteration of the platform. Gabe Newell, the company’s co-founder, has already revealed the Steam Deck 2’s ambitions. During an interview with Edge Magazine, Newell confirmed that the Steam Deck is already being considered for a sequel. He explained that the company is being influenced by the fact that the most costly version of Steam Deck is by far the most popular, but that it is also considering how it might make better use of the portable form factor in the future. “The first stage is to allow you to play the fantastic games that are now available. While the replacement is being considered, the business has stated that it is eager to watch what other companies do with the software it has developed, while also searching for ways to advance the technology. Newell claims that the business is working to advance the platform in ways that aren’t conceivable on a desktop, using computer vision as an example. He also stated that the company is not yet at a stage where the Steam Deck can be compared to a gaming computer. Steam Deck, on the other hand, can be used as a stepping stone. He also said that the Steam Deck had a strong battery, good performance and that it might be utilized in virtual reality applications in the future. The next-generation Steam Deck is expected to have longer battery life and increased performance. The post Valve co-founder confirms Steam Deck 2 is already in the works appeared first on BGR India.
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Steam Deck 2 is already in development, according to Valve co-founder.
Valve is now working on the next-generation Steam Deck, which will have enhanced battery life and performance. The post Valve co-founder confirms Steam Deck 2 is already in the works first appeared on BGR India.