Steam Deck reveals more than 40 verified and compatible games

Alin Pogan
Alin Pogan
Steam Deck

Just a few days before the arrival of the first pre-order units, Valve has decided to give one last push of hype for the Steam Deck, revealing that its portable console already has more than 40 games of its platform verified for its complete compatibility.

And it is that the company has just published the first official list with all the compatible titles for Steam Deck ( as well as the playable and non-compatible titles ) that will be updated with all the games present on Steam. At the moment, the complete list of verified games already amounts to a total of 42 different titles, although the list will continue to be updated as the company obtains the test results of other games:

  • Aliens: Fireteam Elite
  • Ape Out
  • Castle Crashers
  • Celeste
  • Circuit Superstars
  • Cuphead
  • Dark Souls II
  • Dark Souls III
  • Death Stranding
  • Death’s Door
  • Dishonored
  • Eastward
  • Final Fantasy
  • Ghostrunner
  • Guacamelee! 2
  • Gunfire Reborn
  • Hades
  • Hollow Knight
  • Hot Wheels Unleashed
  • Into the Breach
  • Mad Max
  • Manifold Garden
  • Mark of the Ninja: Remastered
  • Witch
  • Portal 2
  • Psychonauts 2
  • RAD
  • Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth
  • Remnant: From the Ashes
  • Risk of Rain 2
  • Rogue Legacy 2
  • Sable
  • Scarlet Nexus
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
  • Super Mega Baseball 3
  • Tetris Effect: Connected
  • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
  • The Messenger
  • Total War: Warhammer II
  • Tunche
  • Twelve Minutes
  • Webbed

Thus, there are also 39 other games confirmed that are considered playable, or what is the same, titles that the console can handle but that have small drawbacks or specific performance failures.

Unfortunately, the list has also been completed with 5 titles that have been left out of the Steam Deck, marked as “Not compatible” with the new platform: Persona 4 Golden, Job Simulator, theBlu, Arizona Sunshine, and Budget Cuts.

However, Valve continues to work closely with developers to ensure that the various games work properly on the console.

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  • Not a very good article. It’s more than a few days before steam deck is released (at least a month) and valve have not published anything officially. It’s just us digging through the data.

    I can just see someone casually reading this article and thinking “oh so steamdeck will only be able to work with these 40 games when released, how crap!”

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