Valve has announced its plans for the Games Developers Conference. At the event next month the company will be showing off its own virtual reality hardware, the final Steam controller and new Steam machines, which are due to launch this year.
The Steam client currently has a virtual reality mode and Valve has been known to experiment with the technology in the past, often helping out Oculus with its Rift headset. However, this will be the first time the company shows off its own system publicly.
Valve will also be re-revealing Steam machines. The Steam OS based mini PCs were originally due to launch last year with a Steam controller but Valve delayed its plans. Now more work has been done and Valve has taken on board plenty of feedback so it may finally be ready to launch its invasion on the living room.
The Games Developers Conference takes place between the 4th and 6th of March. Valve is going to have a large presence at the event, with hardware, software and a few presentations.
For more information on Steam VR, you can check out Brendon's report from late last night, HERE.
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KitGuru Says: The fact that Valve is planning to show off some new stuff is pretty exciting. Are you guys looking forward to seeing what Valve has in store for us at GDC next week?