September 12, 2022 — Valve and KOMODO, the licensed provider of Steam Deck in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, are heading to Tokyo Game Show 2022 (TGS) where they’re hosting a massive booth showcasing Steam Deck, featuring over 20 gaming titles for showgoers to try.
KOMODO was recently revealed as the official distributor of Valve’s Steam Deck in these regions, and is currently accepting reservations for the powerful handheld device, which is targeted to start shipping later this year.
Located on the north side of Hall 5, the large booth will be an ideal place to get some hands-on experience and discover how light and comfortable it is to play on Steam Deck. Those who try Steam Deck at the booth will receive limited edition Steam Deck swag, including a TGS-only Steam Deck book, items featuring Steam Pal - the official Steam Deck mascot - and more.
Thousands of games are already playable on Steam Deck, and the following titles will be available to play at TGS:
In addition to games, the booth will also feature livestreams with guests from game content makers and popular YouTubers; highlight new titles coming soon to the platform; and give attendees a chance to win a Steam Deck.
Steam Deck is a powerful handheld gaming PC that runs thousands of games already known and loved by gamers worldwide, including many AAA franchises popular around the world. It has been designed for ease of use, ergonomics, and comfort, and is customizable to fit each gamer's play style. Customers can reserve a Steam Deck immediately.
Steam Deck is set to ship in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan later this year, with starting prices (shipping and tax included) of:
To reserve a Steam Deck for delivery in these regions, please visit https://steamdeck.komodo.jp/
Booth Details and Map: https://komodo.jp/tgs2022.html Event: Tokyo Game Show Place: Makuhari Messe Date: [business days] September 15 & 16th 10am - 5pm [public days] September 16th 2pm - 6pm, September 17th & 18th 10am - 6pm
Valve Press Contact
Kaci Aitchison Boyle - firstname.lastname@example.org
KOMODO Press Contact
Yukie Adachi - email@example.com
Note: Playable content at TGS is subject to change.