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Check your Steam Library against Steam Deck compatibility easily

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Want to know how much of your own Steam Library is currently compatible with the Steam Deck? Well, there's now a website dedicated to doing exactly that.

It's called CheckMyDeck (great name) and all you need to do is grab your SteamID, enter it and it will do all the work for you. You can find your SteamID easily using this other website. The main thing to keep in mind though, is that compatibility is an ever-changing thing, with Valve adding to the list almost daily. We mentioned only a few days ago how Verified + Playable together hit 520 games, well as of right now it's already jumped up to 591!

As for CheckMyDeck, it's pretty good actually. Giving you a full list with links to each store page, along with a very tidy looking pie to give an overall score:


A slice of my own status right now.

Another big thing to remember is that a game being Unknown doesn't mean much - it just hasn't been tested yet, and so it might end up being a flawless experience.

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kokoko3k 15 Feb
So basically you can expect 10% of your games totally unsupported and more than 50% fully enjoyable.
Not bad!
AussieEevee 15 Feb
Mine is 4% xD

But 92% is marked as unknown, which as you said doesn't mean anything.
Ehvis 15 Feb
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Quoting: kokoko3kSo basically you can expect 10% of your games totally unsupported and more than 50% fully enjoyable.
Not bad!

If you check the "unsupported" list, you find that the bulk of it is either VR or anti-cheat.
Linas 15 Feb
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This may become more useful as more games get listed, but for now ProtonDB is still the way to go.
Eike 15 Feb
Quoting: LinasThis may become more useful as more games get listed, but for now ProtonDB is still the way to go.

I'm looking forward to see the coloured section grow. :)
Xpander 15 Feb
Quoting: EikeI'm looking forward to see the coloured section grow. :)

red coloured?

i have:

VERIFIED: 22 games (2.82%)
PLAYABLE: 25 games (3.21%)
UNSUPPORTED: 5 games (0.64%)
UNKNOWN: 727 games (93.32%)
I wish we have something like this with ProtonDB, as it can be annoying asking them to log-in to ProtonDB (I myself rarely log-in as I often distro hop and too lazy to log-in all the time).

Heck, I'd be very happy if the site also pulls from ProtonDB. It'd be an easy way for me to show to my friends that their Steam library is fine on Linux.

For now, mine is:

VERIFIED: 29 games (5.86%)
PLAYABLE: 18 games (3.64%)
UNSUPPORTED: 5 games (1.01%)
UNKNOWN: 443 games (89.49%)

Of the unsupported, they are: Bless Unleashed (EAC - Bronze), Hellblade: Sanua's Sacrifice VR (VR - Platinum), Insurgency (BattlEye; Native ver. seems to run w/ tweaks but also runs on Proton Exp. as well), Just Cause 2 (Needs Protontricks/ProtonGE - Silver) and Moero Chronicle (Video codec issues, no working tweaks so far - Silver).

I'm surprised that they're even evaluating the ecchi game as well. Steam likes to act like they don't have a big porn and risque library in their catalogue with fairly random enforcement.


Last edited by fenglengshun on 15 February 2022 at 11:34 am UTC
7% are verified or playable from my library at this moment.
Steam Deck Verified statistics of my library
Ehvis 15 Feb
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I have 32 games that are flagged unsupported. 30 of those were either VR (most) or anti-cheat.


Last edited by Ehvis on 15 February 2022 at 2:35 pm UTC
Eike 15 Feb
Quoting: EhvisI have 32 games that are flagged unsupported. 30 of those were either VR (most) are anti-cheat.

I neither do multiplayer (anymore) nor VR (yet). I don't expect too much red. :)
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