Steam DB - Deck Verified/Playable/etc links

Trevor

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SteamDB.org Deck Verified status links
verified.pngVerified | playable.pngPlayable | unplayable.pngUnplayable |
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playable.pngPlayable and/or Verified | verified.pngplayable.pngunplayable.pngAll games with a compatibility rating
To learn more about Deck Verified status and what that means click here.

Other helpful links
ProtonDB - Provides information/reports on how a game performs on Proton.
Wine AppDB - Provides information/reports on how a game performs using Wine.
PCGaming Wiki - Provides troubleshooting/fixes for games - possibly more applicable to Windows/Mac than Linux.


Just dropping these links here. I look forward to the "Game Performance" section being full of guides on how to get certain games running on the deck!
 
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Trevor

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Thanks for those - here's a few more which may be of use:

  • protondb: Provides information/reports on how a game performs on Proton.
  • Wine AppDB: Provides information/reports on how a game performs using Wine.
  • PCGamingWiki: Provides troubleshooting/fixes for games - possibly more applicable to Windows/Mac than Linux.
Thanks. I added them and cleaned mine up a bit. If you have any more helpful links feel free to share!
 

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The problem with these lists is they are a bit out of date. Wine 7.0.0 came out a few weeks ago, for instance, and so far in my testing a bunch of games and other MS software now run that wouldn't run before. I run FFX remaster with wine 7 out of Lutris and it works exactly as it's expected work. That game still doesn't run under steam most of the time.

Fact is we should probably put up our own database here.
 

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The problem with these lists is they are a bit out of date. Wine 7.0.0 came out a few weeks ago, for instance, and so far in my testing a bunch of games and other MS software now run that wouldn't run before. I run FFX remaster with wine 7 out of Lutris and it works exactly as it's expected work. That game still doesn't run under steam most of the time.

Fact is we should probably put up our own database here.
That’s a really cool idea. People can make posts that contain the game title; what update it was on when they played it; how well it runned on the deck and if they encountered any problems. They could also give any miscellaneous information as well such as things to disable in the game menu that significantly boost performance or a workaround to some common problem. That way in the future, other people can google the name of the game on this forum and receive all this information.

That being said, I’m pretty sure the ‘game performance’ tab in this forum is intended to be used for that kind of information anyway and hopefully we will see people use it for that when others start to receive their decks.
 
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That’s a really cool idea. People can make posts that contain the game title; what update it was on when they played it; how well it runned on the deck and if they encountered any problems. They could also give any miscellaneous information as well such as things to disable in the game menu that significantly boost performance or a workaround to some common problem. That way in the future, other people can google the name of the game on this forum and receive all this information. That being said, I’m pretty sure the ‘game performance’ tab in this forum is intended to be used for that kind of information anyway and hopefully we will see people use it for that when others start to receive there decks.
www.steamdeckdb.org is available. The dot com is parked. It could be pointed to the thread.
 

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That’s a really cool idea. People can make posts that contain the game title; what update it was on when they played it; how well it runned on the deck and if they encountered any problems. They could also give any miscellaneous information as well such as things to disable in the game menu that significantly boost performance or a workaround to some common problem. That way in the future, other people can google the name of the game on this forum and receive all this information.

That being said, I’m pretty sure the ‘game performance’ tab in this forum is intended to be used for that kind of information anyway and hopefully we will see people use it for that when others start to receive their decks.
I agree that ProtonDB can be out of date but it's made to be updated. If you played a game and got it working, leave notes on how you did it in the comments for the next person. That'll help get it out of borked status.

I don't, however think we need yet another way to track games that work well on Steam Deck. Having SteamDeckDB for instance, is just another thing that needs to be maintained. That's the whole purpose of Deck Verified. Sure, there aren't many games added yet. But, more will be added by release and I'm sure Valve will make an effort to get the testing ramped up rapidly. If you want to buy the domain, and scrape games from SteamDB, more power to you. But, for games that aren't even on steam and therefore are excluded from Deck Verified, I think a thread on a site like this one would be more than enough.

I look forward to seeing how the community works to make games work on the Steam Deck, but until we have our hands on, I'll stick to official sources for sure.
 

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A list with defined categories like

  • 800p30fps
  • 800p60fps
  • sub native quality 30fps mode
  • sub native performance 60fps mode
(we would have to agree on certain standards)

and corresponding settings per game per category would certainly be a cool thing.
 

Vroxs

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I have question.
Some playable games have information "This game does not support external controllers for the primary player"
What does it mean?
 

Reece

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So my educated guess would be that "external controllers " would be that of Dualshocks (PS4) or Xbox controller configurations dont exist on the game, so that anything other than the standard steam imput would either not work or require A lot of faffling about to creat you own configuration in game.
 

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So my educated guess would be that "external controllers " would be that of Dualshocks (PS4) or Xbox controller configurations dont exist on the game, so that anything other than the standard steam imput would either not work or require A lot of faffling about to creat you own configuration in game.
thank you🙂
 

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I have another question about this information - "This game's default graphics configuration performs well on Steam Deck"
What does " default graphic configuration " means ?
 
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