Dark Souls 3, Cuphead, And Psychonauts 2 All Just Got Steam Deck Verified

We're just a month away from the first Steam Decks arriving, which gives Valve and developers just over a month to make sure their games are verified. Valve has a verification system in place to ensure that every PC game will work on its new handheld PC, and that verification process has just handed out its first checkmarks.

SteamDB is keeping track of what games are getting Valve's seal of approval for playing on the Deck. The list includes some great PC games like Risk of Rain 2, Hollow Knight, and Celeste, and also some newer games like Scarlet Nexus, Psychonauts 2, and Death's Door.

Here's the full list of games that have been Steam Deck verified. Note that this list is likely to update frequently over the next month, so be sure to check back with SteamDB to see if your favorite game has been verified.

  1. APE OUT
  2. Aliens: Fireteam Elite
  3. Castle Crashers
  4. Celeste
  5. Circuit Superstars
  6. Cuphead
  7. DARK SOULS™ II: Scholar of the First Sin
  9. Death's Door
  10. Death Stranding
  11. Dishonored
  12. Final Fantasy
  13. Guacamelee! 2
  14. Gunfire Reborn
  16. Hollow Knight
  17. Into the Breach
  18. Mad Max
  19. Manifold Garden
  20. Mark of the Ninja: Remastered
  21. Noita
  22. Portal 2
  23. Psychonauts 2
  24. RAD
  25. Record of Lodoss War-Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth-
  26. Remnant: From the Ashes
  27. Risk of Rain 2
  28. Rogue Legacy 2
  30. Sable
  31. Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice
  32. Super Mega Baseball 3
  33. Tetris® Effect: Connected
  34. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
  35. The Messenger
  36. Total War: WARHAMMER II
  37. Tunche
  38. Webbed

A verified stamp means that the game will play great on the Deck, but it's not necessary to play. In fact, 80% of Steam games are at least playable on the Deck, but some of them will have issues like fonts that are too small or user interfaces that don't fit on the Deck's smaller screen. Games that use certain anti-cheap programs like PUBG, New World, Apex Legends, Destiny 2, and Halo Infinite also won't work on the Deck because it doesn't support anti-cheat at the moment.

Steam Decks should be arriving in the mail next month, so keep an eye on your mailbox.

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