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According to Valve, there is no video game that Steam Deck cannot run

The company feels confident that the device is capable of handling the entire catalog offered by Steam.

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Sciurus_vulgaris64d ago

No would ever think Valve would make: Portal, Portal 2, a controller, compact PCs, VR headsets, Half-Life: Alyx, and a handheld gaming PC before Half-Life 3.

Guitardr8564d ago

@Sciurus_vulgaris...don't forget Steam itself lol

SickSinceSix63d ago

Half-Life 3, Portal 3, Left 4 Dead 3. Team Fortress 3,. Gabe is allergic to 3 or can't be bothered since that Steam money

ActualWhiteMan63d ago

Thank god for Back 4 Blood this year 🙌🏻

megaleo00964d ago

Is better than AYO machine, cyberpunk too.

DarthMarvin64d ago

To be fair, nothing can run Cyberpunk because it's a buggy mess.

specialguest64d ago (Edited 64d ago )

Sure it can "run" it. It'll just look like a Minecraft version

Amplitude63d ago

The PC version is pretty well optimized, especially these days.

The game was absolute ass but I put a good 30+ hours into it at launch on PC and super rarely had any crashes or even glitches.

The game has soooo much wrong with it on gameplay alone that it still deserves the negative attention so I'll give you an agree lol

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Rimeskeem64d ago

I mean, running a game at 720p is not that hard.

Kados64d ago (Edited 64d ago )

They are not talking about performance. This is about Proton. They are saying that they have 100% compatibility of Steam games on Linux/SteamOS.

kryteris64d ago

Plenty hard for all the intel integrated gpu's.

13sentinel64d ago (Edited 64d ago )

And only Available in US and EU. "Valve: We care about other smaller countries."

Zeref63d ago

I'm pretty sure they would if they could, it's just a matter of logistics. They don't have enough units to spread out and they're not exactly a hardware company.

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