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News hardware & software 16 July 2021, 22:08

Steam Deck Pre-orders are Open; First Come, First Served

We can now reserve the Steam Deck console from Valve. We advise you to hurry, because the new hardware may sell out very quickly.

As announced yesterday, today at 10:00 AM PT, Valve started taking reservations for the portable console Steam Deck. We've already written about the device itself (see links below), so now we'll just focus on how to place a pre-order. It's definitely it's worth to hurry up, because even though safeguards against so-called scalpers have been introduced, "mobile PCs" can still sell out very quickly.

Reservations can be made here, only if you have a Steam account with at least one transaction made before June 2021 (this rule applies for the first 28 hours after the start of the pre-order). In order to "call dibs" on your Steam deck, a down payment of $5 will be required.

It is also worth knowing right away which model we want to purchase. A total of three versions of the console are available, differing in both price and specs. You can choose variants for $399, $529, and $649. More details can be found in our previous news (links above).

And now - first come, first served. We'd like to remind that you can reserve only one console on one Steam account, and the hardware will start shipping in December 2021.

Hubert Sledziewski

Hubert Sledziewski

Has been writing professionally since 2016. He joined Gamepressure.com five years later - although he has known the service since he had access to the internet - to combine his love for words and games. Deals mainly with news and journalism. A sociologist by education, a gamer by passion. He started his gaming adventure at the age of four - with a Pegasus. Currently, prefers PC and demanding RPGs, but does not shy away from consoles or other genres. When he's not playing or writing, he enjoys reading, watching series (less often movies) and Premier League matches, listening to heavy music, and also walking the dog. Almost uncritically loves the work of Stephen King. Does not abandon plans to follow in his footsteps. However, he keeps his first "literary achievements" locked away deep in a drawer.

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