According to a report from Gameranx yesterday, Valve will have three pricing tiers for their upcoming system.
The three prices will be named as "Good, Better and Best."
The bottom tier of pricing looks like it will cost people around $99 to acquire, with the "Better" price costing around $300.
For those looking to go all out for their Steam Box, the "Best" price will depend solely upon how much money each individual is willing to spend on their system, as long as it is more than the "Better" pricing model, of course.
This model is likened to how people choose to build their own PCs, with managing the cost with the type of specs they can place in it.
It's a rather revolutionary, yet so simple method Valve seems to be implementing in their system, and it will be interesting to see how consumers react to it.
One would assume each system will have to have a base specs setup for it being compatible with all games because that is one obstacle that could stand in the way for some gamers.
What do you think about this potential model?