As the Steam Deck’s release date approaches, players are wondering how many games they can play with the console.
Expectations are being set for the Steam Deck, Valve’s mobile console that will allow players to access most of their Steam library on a Switch-like console. While not every game will work on the machine, Valve is working hard to test as many titles as possible and keep fans updated.
Valve has named these games “Steam Deck Verified”, ensuring that they will work with minimal issues on the console. Vale just added an incredible 150 titles to the list. Players can log into their website and see how many of their games will perform well on the Steam Deck, as well as any games they have on their favorites list and can now want to choose. Only 60 games have been shown to be incompatible with the system so far, including Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Fall Guys, but the percentage of games coming to the console is much greater than expected for the PC. this mobile.
The total number of games verified by the Steam Deck is now 310 games and includes a wide range of titles, from AAA titles like Resident Evil Village and Death Stranding to new indie gems like What Remains of Edith Finch and Spiritfarer. Regardless of player tastes, they will likely find that mostly, their library is featured here and Valve will only continue to test games to ensure that the number of titles is verified. increase. The Steam Deck will even support Mods, ensuring one of the well-loved PC perks lives on on consoles.
The video above from the Steam Deck showcased games that performed well on even the latest AAA titles. Even Cyberpunk 2077, which had so many problems with next-gen console releases that the game was pulled from the PlayStation store, and has now been spotted running on the Steam Deck without issue .
Valve has been working on making the Steam Deck customizable, going further than releasing CAD files that allow anyone to have their own settings for the system. The system itself will run a customized version of GNU/Linux, meaning players will be able to learn and customize the handheld console to their liking.
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