We are less than 72 hours away from the official launch of Steam Deck, and news out of Valve HQ is gushing like a firehose. There’s the iFixit partnership and the awesome No Man’s Sky update. And we can’t forget the landmark release of Proton 7.0! But today, as the certified list of Steam Deck Verified and Playable games hits a whopping 762, we have word from Valve that it has published an official page to check your personal Steam Library for compatibility ratings.
This Is Your Library On Steam Deck
Last week I told you about an unofficial website that checks your Steam library against the Deck Verified program’s compatibility ratings. That tool is still useful as it also reports the percentage of your library that is compatible (so far). Mine rose from 23% last week to 28% today. Nice!
But if you want to get the data straight from the source, Valve just published its own official Steam Deck Verified checker on the Steam Store.
Simply log in with your Steam account, and the page will populate with all the games in your library that fall under Verified, Playable and Unsupported (“for now,” Valve emphasizes).
“While we’ve been ramping up and testing more titles than ever before, we want to remind everyone that this process is ongoing: we’re testing new titles constantly and are going to continue past launch,” writes Valve. “The Steam back catalog is huge, and new titles are releasing every day — just because we haven’t tested a game yet doesn’t mean it doesn’t work well on Deck already.”
The Steam Store truly has an enormous catalog: more than 60,000 games. It will be fun to keep tabs on this page to see which of your favorite games have made the cut so far.
If you can’t get enough Steam Deck content, check out my dedicated category for Valve’s handheld console. And stay tuned for tons more post-launch coverage and exploration.
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