According to the report drawn up by GamingOnLinux, at the moment Steam Deck can boast over 4,000 compatible games. To be precise there are 4,007, of which 1,867 are “Verified” and 2,140 are “Playable”. There are 1,600 games “Not Supported” by Valve’s console-PC.
The calculation made by GamingOnLinux is based on individual games and therefore is more truthful than the list reported on Steam, which offers an inflated result (almost 5,000) as it counts the same title several times in the presence of a special edition, a bundle and so on Street.
As of April, Steam Deck’s “Verified” and “Playable” games were over 2,000, which means they’ve almost doubled within three months. After all, Valve’s goal is to verify the compatibility of the over 50,000 games available on its digital store, so we are relatively still at the beginning.
Meanwhile, Valve has recommended Steam Deck owners not use the console in excessively hot environments. The risk is that the console will throttle offering lower performance to contain internal temperatures or automatically shut down to prevent damage to internal components.
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