Even though the Half-life developer is struggling to meet pace with the demands for the portable entertainment System, the Steam Deck seems to have experienced a wonderful journey as of now. There are now twice as many Steam titles that can be played on the Steam Deck as there were only a month ago, thanks to Valve and a slew of additional publishers.
All Games Have Been Fairly Tested
Over 1000 functional and validated titles were available in the Steam Deck at the end of March. Steam titles that were confirmed for the upcoming gaming device have already been rigorously examined and thus are entirely functional with the gadget, while passable titles might operate on the Steam Deck sans difficulty, but additional tests might reveal minor incompatibility concerns.
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After a slow start last month, the developer has generated good advances with the handheld device’s catalog of 559 validated titles including 498 functional titles.
More than 2000 titles are currently compatible with the Steam Deck, and more than 1000 among those titles are certified and functional. More than a thousand additional Steam Deck-tested titles are now deprecated, meaning they would not operate with the Steam Deck in any way. In the meanwhile, Valve is working on bringing these titles to a portable gaming rig to you as soon as possible.
Happy Friday! No jokes today, but just wanted to note that we've recently passed 2,000 Verified and Playable titles for Steam Deck, over half of which are Steam Deck Verified! 🎉
Have a great weekend, and see you on Monday for the first set of Q2 order emails!
— Steam Deck (@OnDeck) April 1, 2022
Witcher 3 Is The Latest In Line
Recently, The Witcher 3 has joined the Steam library. This is really a remarkable achievement, given how visually intensive the game was when it came out several years ago and how many computers have been struggling to handle its system pre-requisites. The Nintendo version of the highly-prized title was released a while back, however, it barely delivered 540p resolution in a portable format, but still, the Steam Deck is powerful enough to handle the title at 800p resolution in its extreme setting.
Along with Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest operating system, Steam officially received compatibility from Valve for Windows 11. Because it hasn’t been completely tuned yet, the former on the handheld device may dramatically reduce throughput in certain titles. Nevertheless, customers who choose Windows over Linux should expect to merge their handheld device with the OS of their choice.
Steam Deck supply would shortly number in the hundreds of thousands, according to the developer, so gamers who still wish to purchase one of these babies are in luck.