Valve announced they’re ahead of schedule with Steam Deck production, so much so they’re getting through orders quicker than ever before.
The company noted all reservations made for the Q3 period have gotten email invitations sent out, and they’re now moving onto Q4 reservations early.
“We’re speeding through reservations at an accelerated pace,” Valve said. “This is due to increased production, and we’ve beaten our own estimates yet again. With today’s batch of emails we’ve now sent invitations for all reservations in the Q3 (July-September) bucket.”
Valve isn’t technically doing traditional pre-orders with Steam Deck, users on Steam just need to throw $5 down to reserve a place in their ever-rotating queue. Once your time is up in the queue, you get an email to purchase your Steam Deck, and that purchase must be made within a couple days otherwise you lose your spot.
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