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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:17pm 19/10/21 | 0 Comments
With the portable Steam Deck set to make its North American and European debut sometime in December 2021, Valve has announced its plans to review and provide compatibility info for every Steam game to ensure that info is there for those firing up the portable PC meets "Nintendo Switch but Steam".

Of course the entire Steam catalogue is vast, huge, massive, and all the other words that describe something gigantic -- so it's an equally huge undertaking. Steam games for the Steam deck will be reviewed across four categories:
Input
The title should have full controller support, use appropriate controller input icons, and automatically bring up the on-screen keyboard when needed.

Display
The game should support the default resolution of Steam Deck (1280x800 or 1280x720), have good default settings, and text should be legible.

Seamlessness
The title shouldn’t display any compatibility warnings, and if there’s a launcher it should be navigable with a controller.

System Support
If running through Proton, the game and all its middleware should be supported by Proton. This includes anti-cheat support.

Where after that a game will be rated via the Steam Store on Deck.




VERIFIED
The game works great on Steam Deck, right out of the box.

PLAYABLE
The game may require some manual tweaking by the user to play.

UNSUPPORTED
The game is currently not functional on Steam Deck.

UNKNOWN
We haven't checked this game for compatibility yet.

With Verified titles given a big green tick. "We’ve already started reviewing titles and will continue to check games through launch and beyond," confirms Valve. "This is an ongoing evaluation of the entire catalog and a game's rating can change over time - titles will be re-reviewed as the developer releases updates or the Deck's software improves."

Pretty cool, though we're hoping that the Steam Deck becomes available in Australia sometime in 2022. For more details on the Steam Deck, including hardware specs, head here.



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