Valve has introduced iFixit will be supplying replacement parts for its upcoming console. The Nintendo Change-esque Steam Deck launches later this month.
“For those who watched our Have a look inside Steam Deck video (aka the ‘please do not do that’ video), you could keep in mind we mentioned sure Steam Deck alternative elements could be obtainable for buy,” Valve mentioned Tuesday. “As we speak, we’re saying that iFixit might be one of many approved sellers of Steam Deck alternative elements.”
iFixit posted a teardown of the Steam Deck earlier Tuesday.
Following a serious delay, the primary batch of Valve’s, with items to reach within the palms of avid gamers round Feb. 28. It was initially slated to ship in December, however was hit by that delayed the console.
The Steam Deck retails for $399 for the 64GB mannequin, $529 for 256GB and $649 for 512GB.