The time has come to get your hands on the Steam Deck. Those who have booked the Valve laptop They have been receiving their confirmation emails for months now. The first wave of consoles is already traveling to the homes of customers in what promises to be a revolution for Valve.
Gabe Newell is not limited to new projects and during an interview with PC Gamer has been questioned about whether PC Game Pass could appear on Steam. Once again, the president has been clear, since “we would be more than happy to work with Microsoft to get it on Steam”.
Of course, Newell rules out the possibility of creating its own subscription service, since it is not “something that we think we have to do ourselves.” It would not be the first time that we would have a subscription platform integrated into Steam, since EA Play is available from 2020.
There would be difficulties arising from the fact that PC Game Pass games differ from the versions that we can find in the digital store, so certain obstacles would have to be overcome to carry it out. As a final wink, Newell assures that “we have talked a lot about this topic. If your clients want it, then you must figure out how to make it happen. That’s where we are.”