Valve’s Steam Deck is nearing closer and closer to release after a slight delay was confirmed late last year. Units are set to start shipping next month and we’re starting to get an idea of what games will be verified to work with the console thanks to SteamDB updating to show Steam Deck compatibility.
Now, this list is by no means final, and as far as we know, most games should work with the Steam Deck, but it’ll be good to start having confirmation, and obviously by the time we get a local release, this list should be expanded on heavily.
Big games such as Sekiro and Death Stranding are among many others on the list, but interestingly enough, there’s some other titles such as The Witcher 3 and Rise of the Tomb Raider that have noted issues, but will still run on the console.
some more Steam Deck playable titles with notes: Witcher 3, Factorio, Bravely Default II, Rise of the Tomb Raider pic.twitter.com/vxcO5QB0id