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3rd March 2022
Steam Deck Launches with Control, Alan Wake, and American Nightmare Verified

Last July, Valve revealed the brand new Steam Deck, a handheld PC gaming device designed to enable you to play your Steam library while on the move. Control was in the spotlight as one of the promised playable titles that players could check out, featuring the title in early promotional material. This week, the Steam Deck officially launched. 

A potential competitor for the Nintendo Switch and even subscription services such as Amazon Luna and Google Stadia, the Steam Deck is available in three different models. 64GB (£349), 256GB (£459), and 512GB (£569) in addition to the increased memory size, you also receive a number of extras, both digital and physical. Although if you're on a budget, the device also comes with a MicroSD slot which will enable players to also upgrade their storage space at a later date too.

When it comes to Remedy titles on the platform, Control Ultimate Edition, Alan Wake and Alan Wake's American Nightmare have all been verified. Quantum Break is listed as "playable" but hasn't been verified. Max Payne is currently marked as unsupported.

The Steam Deck is now shipping to the USA, Canada, the EU, and the United Kingdom.

Learn more about the Steam Deck on the official website, HERE


The Crossfire Series

The Control Series

The Quantum Break Series

The Alan Wake Series

The Max Payne Series




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