Valve is reviewing the entire Steam library to ensure Steam platform compatibility

valve Outlines how it plans to categorize all available games steam Libraries and their suitability for upcoming releases Steam deck In the new video.

According to the latest video embedded below, Valve announced that each game will be divided into four categories, which should give you a good idea of ​​its stability on handheld devices.

The game will be classified as one of the following:

  • Verified: Complete system support-with complete controller support, no compatibility warning, support for Steam Deck native resolution.
  • Playable: Works well, but may require some custom patching. For each Valve, “the user manually selects the community controller configuration and needs to use the touch screen to navigate the launcher” and so on.
  • not support: The game will not run. Any VR-only games will be listed under this heading.
  • unknown: Valve has not yet evaluated the game.

Verify the game It will be easily identified through the Steam platform UI and will work well within the four standards determined by the company. They are: input, seamless, display and system support. Verified games will be grouped in the “Wonderful Platforms” tab on the main interface of the Steam platform.

If you want to learn more about why the game is only playable and not verified, you can go to the Steam store page for a more detailed breakdown of the situation. For example, some games may lack accurate controller UI elements or insist that you use the virtual keyboard for certain game elements.

However, when it comes to the number of games that can actually be run, the company seems confident: Valve hasn’t seen games that Steam Deck can’t handle, and it has recently shown that it can run “The Witcher 3” smoothly. Valve did note that this is a daunting task and promised to re-review the games, even if they have been tested once to keep up with the latest developments in the ever-growing and changing library.

This is after Valve’s video last week, the company showed you how to disassemble the Steam platform-and begged you not to do this because you “may mess things up, for example, very serious.”

Steam Deck will start shipping in December this year, with three configurations, starting at $400.

If you want to learn more about Steam’s huge tasks by viewing the extensive Steam library, you can Go to RPS to read more about how you know which games will run on Valve’s Steam platform.