Valve pushes out fairly regular updates to the Steam client but it also does the same to a beta branch, previewing upcoming features before dropping them into the stable release. And anyone can try this out at any time. Here's how to get onboard.
Those who use Steam but aren't getting a Steam Deck will still be getting some love from Valve. The existing Big Picture mode will be going away and replaced with a Steam Deck-style UI. The only question that remains is...when?
Valve's Switch-like Steam Deck looks incredibly promising, but many are worried that it will flop like Valve's Steam Machine consoles did. Here's why we think the Steam Deck will be different (and better).
Valve provides a closer look at what makes the Steam Deck unique. As opposed to drawing too heavily from Big Picture Mode, the operating system has been designed specifically to function smoothly with a controller.
The Steam Deck is available for preorder, with three different versions available. The major differences have to do with storage and price, which we break down here to help you get exactly what you need.
With the announcement of the powerful and portable Steam Deck mobile PC, Valve is threatening to beat Nintendo at its own game — and Xbox Cloud Gaming isn't safe, either. Those button placements sure do look weird, though.