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Here's the most played Steam Deck games from March 2024

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Another month down and Valve have released the list of what was popular on Steam Deck for March 2024. As usual the list is sorted from top to bottom, based on the most hours played overall.

Each of them is also a Steam link in case you want to go and check them out.

  1. Stardew Valley
  2. Balatro
  3. HELLDIVERS 2
  4. Baldur's Gate 3
  5. ELDEN RING
  6. Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor
  7. Palworld
  8. Cyberpunk 2077
  9. Monster Hunter: World
  10. Persona 3 Reload
  11. Grand Theft Auto V
  12. Last Epoch
  13. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
  14. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
  15. Red Dead Redemption 2
  16. Vampire Survivors
  17. DAVE THE DIVER
  18. Fallout 4
  19. Hades
  20. Persona 5 Royal

Not surprising to see Balatro right up there in the list at number 2 with it being one of the biggest Steam releases in February. It's also much higher than it was in the February most played list.

Pictured - Balatro

I imagine next month Horizon Forbidden West will make an appearance in the list since it was released quite late in March. Interesting to also see Vampire Survivors back in the list, people just can't stay away from it.

What have you been playing recently?

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DrNick Apr 2
My Deck is now a Balatro machine.
Pengling Apr 2
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QuoteWhat have you been playing recently?
Over the Easter weekend I put a bunch of time into the modern-day single-screen arcade-style titles Donut Dodo and Murtop, which were a great fit since they've got birdies, bunnies, and treats. Aside from that, I've been contributing to Stardew Valley's high placing in this list, as well as sinking a bit of time into battles in Super Bomberman R.
CatKiller Apr 2
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QuoteWhat have you been playing recently?

Horizon Zero Dawn. I also played a bit of Full Void and got Gabriel Knight and Gabriel Knight 2 working (but didn't play them through yet - I've played them before).

The little one played the demo of Preserve and some Potions: A Curious Tale.
scratchi Apr 2
QuoteWhat have you been playing recently?

Rush Rally 3 and Rush Rally Origins

I wish these 2 games had some coverage...I found them by randomly browsing the racing category in steam...hidden gems. Windows only, but has free demo and works with proton. Developed by Brownmonster games which is a solo dev with lots of experience (worked on Dirt 2 and many other big titles) who set out to make his own rally game using his own custom engine. And its freakin fun!! Spent most free time over the long weekend on it, highly recommend :D


Last edited by scratchi on 2 April 2024 at 1:28 pm UTC
I started playing some Terraformers.
whizse Apr 3
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I just started playing Later Alligator.

It's very silly and very cute. It's also very short, so I try to pace myself. Only play for a while, crocodile!
I played the N64 version of Spider-Man........ I owned the very terrible and badly made PC port of that game when it was released in 2001....... It was so bad I never finished it thanks to all the game breaking bugs........

So it was good to finally finish something I started 23 years ago.......
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