The first units will soon ship to Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Steam Deck

Valve just partnered with Komodo to make Steam Deck hardware available throughout Asia. The first units are targeting the areas of Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Those of you living in any of these areas can get your pre-orders in right now by going to

Once shipments start to ship out, the first devices will hit Japan. Then, additional units will be sent to Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan in the following weeks. This move comes about half a year after the initial release of the Steam Deck in North America and parts of Europe back in February.

"We hope that gamers in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan agree with us that the performance and design of the Steam Deck makes it a great way to play the games they know and love," said Gabe Newell, President and CEO of Valve.
Komodo and Valve have worked together several times in the past. Komodo has helped develop and publish games for Steam throughout Asia. Komodo is set to reveal its first in-house production for the Steam Deck this upcoming weekend at the BitSummit conference in Kyoto, Japan as well as in September during the Tokyo Game Show.

The Steam Deck will be priced as such in each region:
  • ¥59,800 in Japan
  • NT$ 13,380 in Taiwan
  • HK$ 3,288 in Hong Kong
  • KRW 589,000 in Korea
"We are honored to deliver Steam Deck to gamers in Asia, and look forward to showcasing it and our first in-house game in Kyoto this weekend and at Tokyo Game Show next month," said Ricky Uy, CEO of Komodo.

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.