The Steam Deck has more than half of the top 100 games that are verified or playable now Image: Valve Now half of the top 100 most popular games on Steam now work well with Valve's handheld gaming PC. As Valve continues to add support for Steam's most popular titles, the Steam Deck seems to be flourishing. At the start of the month, the Steam Deck had over 2,000 games supported; this number appears to be rising every day. Valve has implemented a verification process for games that can be played on the new pocket PC named "Steam Deck Verified". This process helps to ensure that games run smoothly on the Steam Deck. However, not all games are currently supported. Some games may still be played on the Steam Deck, even if they are not fully compatible yet called "Steam Deck Playable". Total 56 of these games appear on Valve's top 100 list for PC according to Boiling Steam, indicating that the company is dedicated to providing gamers with the best possible gaming experience. When broken down, 28 of the games have been fully verified, with Elden Ring, No Man's Sky, Apex Legends, ARK: Survival Evolved, Sekiro and Valheim as just a few examples. And 26 are Playable in which Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (and Source), Team Fortress 2, Skyrim and GTA V. Remaining games are either unsupported or not yet tested. One modder experimented with a Radeon graphics card connected to their Steam Deck for 4k output to see if they could get even more performance out of the portable platform. In a few games, however, the graphics card was limited by the CPU in the Steam Deck. Nevertheless, Value's future plans appears to be centered on extending the system with even more games by integrating anti-cheat technologies. Valve also indicated an interest in providing greater Windows 11 support on the gadget. What do you think about this news? Let us know below. For latest news in your hands Follow us on Google News.