Valve clears up confusion over Steam Deck availability once Q2 order emails are shipped

There’s some good news for all you Q2’s out there. Valve has already sent its first batch of order emails to Q2 reservations. steam deck. Valve has also updated the Steam Deck product page to provide slightly more specific timelines for when you should expect to see yours.

On a tweet from the official Steam Deck account, Valve said that “As of today, we are increasing Steam Deck shipments and will be sending more order availability emails every week. Sometimes even twice a week.”

So if you have a pre-order for a Steam Deck in Q2, keep an eye out for Valve’s email, because you’ll only have 72 hours to complete the transaction, and it would be wise to double-check your shipping address and shipping information. payment. .

This comes nearly two weeks after Valve said it had done the rest. your Q1 pre-orders. In a follow-up tweet, Valve also said that it updated the Steam Deck product page to “clarify what Q2, Q3 and After Q3 mean in terms of months”, then it should be you between which months until your Steam Deck pre-order is ready to be processed.

If you’re like me who pre-ordered a Steam Deck the day after the announcement, our ‘expected order availability’ is now Q3 (July-September) 2022. Yes, it’s still just Q3, but for some reason, seeing months makes it feel more real to me. Anyone who pre-orders going forward will have to wait until after the third quarter, which is October 2022 and beyond. Valve also stated, “No booking windows have been changed or delayed”, great news.

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