Valve is holding a developer event for the Steam Deck. And you can watch it even if you are not a developer.
Valve has now announced to the press that “anyone can watch” the five hour long tour of the Steam Deck. As per the initial announcement, it had appeared that “to participate”, one could only attend if and only if they were a Steamworks developer. However, the company has now clarified that it would only apply to the final QnA session that will be held. And here too, one can assume that it applies only if someone wants to ask a question and everyone present, Steamworks developer or no, will be able to watch it.
Valve To Hold A Developer Event For The Steam Deck Tonight
The five hour long conference will be inclusive of detailed discussions about the hardware, the games that will be available on the Steam Deck and how the Linux handheld console will, via a Proton compatibility layer, play Windows games. In addition to that, there will be detailed discussions on the AMD APU that will be powering the AMD itself. Moreover, there will also be tips for the Steamworks developers on how they can make these things work in their favour.
Valve has released the timeline and schedule for this five hour long conference on the Steam Store. You can check out the same, by following this link and plan accordingly the discussions that you want to attend. Please note here that the English version of the event will be broadcast tonight. The localized versions of the same will be released soon after.