Valve is gradually announcing which games will be compatible with Steam Deck

Valve is still well on his way to launching his portable Steam Deck console during February, as well as clearly managing to prepare game ratings for how well he will run on the device. The company announced this intention at the end of October, when it also explained in detail how the games are evaluated.

Those who run on the Steam Deck without any problems, in short, will receive a green pipe. If the game has a yellow exclamation mark, it means that it is easy to play, but its text may be too small, you will have to control the menu via the touch screen and the like. Other games may be completely unsupported (usually those in VR) and a question mark indicates that compatibility has not yet been established.

Valve would like to run a compatibility test on all games, but since there are more than 50,000, it sounds like a long run. Less than 100 titles have been ranked in the last day, with units added every hour. You have them all nicely listed on the web SteamDB (after logging in) and some also describe why they are not fully compatible.

At the time of writing, it is half an hour from the evaluation of the excellent automation game Dyson Sphere Program, which unfortunately did not deserve the highest rating. It’s in the second category, so playable, with a lot of its elements you have to control the touch screen, as the game requires a mouse and keyboard.

Among the fully playable games are the titles Celeste, Cuphead, Dark Souls III, Death Stranding, Dishonored, Hot Wheels Unleashed, Mad Max, Nier: Automata, Psychonauts 2, Remnant: From the Ashes, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice or Total War: Warhammer II.

Games you play on Steam Deck, but there will be some restrictions, such as Factorio, Farming Simulator 19, Inscryption, RimWorld, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Slay the Spire, Subnautica, The Sorcerer 3: Wild Hunt, Valheim and War Thunder.

It is strange that among the games that do not have support at all, ie do not work on the handheld, there are, in addition to unsurprising VR titles, the Japanese RPG Persona 4 Golden with the addition that Valve is working on its support.

It’s hard to say whether the company will actually be able to evaluate all 50+ thousand games on Steam, but if it comes to at least the biggest and most popular, that’s definitely enough for a start.

Source: Games by

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