Steam Deck is just around the corner. The buyers of the first shipment will be able to process their payment this week, with shipments of the product this same February 28. Valve’s new console-shaped laptop promises to delight those who want to have a “portable Steam”, but are the games in your library compatible? Check it out quickly.
Although Valve has explained that there will be three types of verification to know the operation of Steam video games in Steam Deck —verified, playable or not compatible—, with a list that already exceeds 370 verified titles, what really matters to each individual user is whether their games in possession are compatible with the device.
How to check if your Steam games are compatible with the Steam Deck
Valve wants to facilitate this verification process with the Deck Verified tool, which allows any user with an active Steam account to see at a glance which video games in their library are verified (the game works perfectly; no adjustments of any kind), which ones are playable (the title may require some manual adjustments to play), or which ones are not compatible.
- Step One: Access Steam Deck Verified
- Sign in with your Steam account and refresh the page.
You will then see the message for the games in your library that have already been tested. That is, there may be games in your library whose compatibility status is currently unknown.
The green icon means that those games in your library are already verified on the Steam Deck. The yellow, which are playable but may require additional effort to set up. Finally, the total number of games in your Steam library that have not been tested by Valve will be indicated. According to the company: “The Steam Deck review team tests new games every day as they traverse the Steam catalog.