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Co-op survival horror Pacify gets Steam Deck upgrades

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One we missed from earlier this month, Pacify is a very popular survival horror and the developer has been making improvements ready for the Steam Deck. It has a Very Positive rating from 23,297 user reviews, so it must be quite something.

Released back in 2019, the developer released an update on February 7 to include various optimizations for the Steam Deck. They say at Medium quality you can expect a smooth 60FPS while playing which sounds ideal. They also included this nice shot of it running on Deck:

Not sure how I feel about playing something like this on a Steam Deck. It's bad enough sat at a PC, what if it makes me jump and I throw the Deck out of my hands? Oh gosh.

If you've never seen Pacify before, the trailer is below:

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You can find Pacify on Steam.

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BielFPs 21 Feb, 2022
QuoteThey say at Medium quality you can expect a smooth 60FPS

Nice job for a handheld PC working with a real time translator. This makes me think that Steam Deck is already destined to be a success product despite the problems in some use cases.
Koopacabras 21 Feb, 2022
nice to see things starting to roll and more devs supporting Steam Deck.
slavezeo 23 Feb, 2022
This game is actually pretty fun. I'm glad to see it updated and better yet tweaked for the Steam Deck.
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