Still a little weird to see but Xbox Games Studios have talked about more of their games running on Steam Deck, a system powered by Linux. Not the first time they've done this and likely won't be the last, heck they even showed how to get Xbox Cloud Gaming running.
- Fable Anniversary
- Halo Wars: Definitive Edition
- Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
- Killer Instinct
- Halo: Spartan Strike
- RUSH: A Disney - PIXAR Adventure
- Minecraft Dungeons
- Gears Tactics
- Halo: Spartan Assault
Here's a video of how Minecraft Dungeons runs on Steam Deck:
An important note: while Valve has given Minecraft Dungeons a Playable rating, there's an issue where it can freeze when you complete a mission and get to open a chest. Luckily, reloading still gives you the chest. I've seen this on a Linux Desktop and on Steam Deck. Seems this bug was reported previously.
While no doubt some other reporters will claim Microsoft has suddenly made them compatible or available, let's keep things grounded. Microsoft and Xbox Game Studios here actually did, well, not much really (apart from set some default settings perhaps). All of this is thanks to Valve's work and funding for the Proton compatibility layer to run Windows games on Linux. Regardless, it's fun to see XGS talk about the Steam Deck in a positive way.