Valve announces a small delay in the availability of the official Steam Deck Dock. The company will announce more details “soon” as it approaches its new launch date, located sometime later this spring.
“We want to get the official Steam Deck into the hands of customers,” explains Valve on its official support page. “It’s not going to happen as soon as we wanted, so we’re excited to talk about it soon. We plan their availability for late spring.”
Steam Deck on February 25: Valve insists on the process
Along with the information about the Dock, Valve insists on the sale process that will begin on February 25. If you have a Steam Deck reserved, you should keep an eye on your email.
“Starting at 19:00 (CET), we will begin sending emails to the first batch of pre-order customers via the address specified in your Steam account. They will have 72 hours to complete their Steam purchase for the specific model they had reserved. If they cancel or don’t buy it within that time, we’ll release that reservation to the next person in line.”
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