Powered by the latest Unreal Engine 5, Titan Forge Games and Hi-Rez Studios recently revealed their third-person action MOBA, SMITE 2 that will be coming with Steam Deck support.
If you've not played before think perhaps more like Dota 2 but third-person and plays a bit more like an ARPG with the gameplay match progress of a MOBA. Which is where you take down towers and push through the map to take territory from the opposing team. SMITE 2 is a complete sequel built from the ground-up in Unreal Engine 5 to bring "everything players love about SMITE and wraps it in state of the art visuals, animations and gameplay".
They said to expect "a refined user interface, updated audio, clearer spell effects and fresh physics-based abilities for Gods such as Ymir, everything in the game has been improved" and that the "move to a new backend technology also brings state of the art cross-play, a ranked rework that contains new tiers and structures, alongside improved matchmaking".
In their official FAQ under the supported platforms they note "SMITE 2 is a next-gen native title, in development for PC (Steam and Epic Games Store), PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S|X, and SteamDeck.". The note of Steam Deck support was also included in their official press release too.
Since they're testing on Steam Deck, no doubt it will work just fine on desktop Linux too with Proton.
You can wishlist on Steam.