The Steam Deck has managed to grow to be one of the crucial sought-after transportable handhelds out there. With a superb motive, too, as it’s a gadget able to enjoying current-gen video video games which are additionally out there on the PC. Valve definitely hasn’t ignored the success of the transportable PC because it has acknowledged that there will probably be one other iteration of the Steam Deck, which can come filled with extra options.

Valve confirmed this via a Steam Deck booklet introducing the console, Valve, and Steam to new markets throughout Asia. The booklet dives deep into sure tidbits of knowledge, comparable to the truth that SteamOS will probably be getting a generic installer in order that anybody can set up the most recent SteamOS out there from the Steam Deck on their PC.

However, the extra vital a part of the booklet considerations the upcoming next-gen variations of the Steam Deck. Yes, the Steam Deck 2 is perhaps a actuality, and Valve is trying ahead to the longer term. Valve goals to observe up on this product with enhancements and iterations to {hardware} and software program, bringing new variations of Steam Deck to market.

This will basically flip the transportable PC and different gadgets from Valve’s {hardware} division, just like the Index, into a part of a multi-generational product line. Valve will study from the Steam group about new makes use of for the platform that they hadn’t found out earlier than and can basically use that suggestions to additional enhance upon the Steam Deck.

Valve additionally acknowledged that it needs the brand new iteration of the hand held to be “more open” than the primary era. Considering that it is already a really open system in and of itself, it is solely a matter of time earlier than the corporate figures out a strategy to make SteamOS extra accessible for customers. Of course, that is only a imaginative and prescient of the longer term, not a lot a actuality. So keep tuned for extra information concerning the upcoming iterations of the console.