Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea Will Have Steam Decks Soon

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This Quarter

This quarter, Steam Deck will be made available in many nations. Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea have all made their way onto the updated list of countries. Up until today, the Steam Deck was only available for purchase in countries located in North America, as well as several countries located in Europe, including the United Kingdom.

Since the first release of the game console, the corporation has been dealing with a lack of available supplies for a considerable time. On the other hand, the American video game firm has said they are bracing themselves for the first significant expansion in availability. 

Valve has guaranteed they will fulfill a significant number of pre-orders by the end of the third quarter of this year. By the end of this quarter, the business will have fulfilled all of the pre-orders for the entire year. To get their game consoles onto the new list of nations, Valve is going to form a partnership with a local business. The name of the distribution company is Komodo, and they have begun accepting reservations on their official website.

To make a reservation at the Valve Steam Deck, please visit steamdeck.komodo.jp

The portable gaming device developed by Valve has recently received several improvements. The improvements include a brand new lock screen, corrections to the device’s adaptive brightness settings, performance profiles specific to each game, additional games that have been confirmed, and frame rate locks that enable games to run at their absolute best. The company plans to sell updated versions of the Steam Deck in the nations just added to the list. 

Before it ever launched, the Steam Deck had been experiencing problems with insufficient supplies. Late in the year 2021 was projected to be the launch window for the product. However, a lack of chips caused the product debut to be postponed until February 2022, when it finally occurred in several countries in North America and Europe. 

However, progress has been made toward resolving supply concerns since the beginning of the second quarter of this year. As a result, the gaming device will soon be available in a wider variety of countries. Hopefully, gamers in a greater number of nations will be able to get their hands on the portable console because mobile is the way to go.

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