List Of All Supported and Unsupported Games on Steam Deck

Steam Deck All supported, confirmed, unsupported games list
Steam Deck All supported, confirmed, unsupported games list

The Steam Deck has been making a lot of noise in the gaming community, and that’s because of a lot of good reasons. Valve has managed to create a handheld that’s cheap, powerful, repairable, and upgradable. One setback in buying the same is the missing support for different anti-cheat mechanisms as it runs Linux (SteamOS).

SEE: List of Apps and Games Available on Google Play Pass

Nevertheless, the gaming scene on Linux is improving thanks to Proton, and anti-cheat companies have started noticing Steam Deck and enabling anti-cheat support for different games.

With tons of games out there, it can be hard to track down all the currently supported/unsupported games on Steam Deck. To make things easier, here’s a list of all the supported and unsupported games on Steam Deck.

List of Supported, Confirmed & Unconfirmed Games on Steam Deck

The article was easily put together thanks to the efforts of people maintaining the open-source project “Are We Anti-Cheat Yet.”

Supported Games

Game Anti-Cheat
ARK: Survival Evolved BattlEye
DayZ BattlEye
ArmA 3 BattlEye
Unturned BattlEye and VAC
PlanetSide BattlEye
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord BattlEye
ARK: Survival of the Fittest BattlEye
Insurgency BattlEye and VAC
Black Squad BattlEye
Tibia BattlEye
War Thunder Easy Anti-Cheat
7 Days to Die Easy Anti-Cheat
Squad Easy Anti-Cheat
Knockout City Easy Anti-Cheat
STAR WARS: Squadrons Easy Anti-Cheat
Brawlhalla Easy Anti-Cheat
Albion Online Easy Anti-Cheat
Blazing Sails Easy Anti-Cheat

Confirmed Games

Game Anti-Cheat
Battlefield 2042 Easy Anti-Cheat
SMITE Easy Anti-Cheat
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Easy Anti-Cheat
Dead By Daylight Easy Anti-Cheat
Rust Easy Anti-Cheat
Due Process Easy Anti-Cheat
POLYGON Easy Anti-Cheat
Star Citizen Easy Anti-Cheat

There are currently over 120 unconfirmed games. We’re going to be listing only the popular ones among them.

Game Anti-Cheat
Halo: The Master Chief Collection Easy Anti-Cheat
Apex Legends Easy Anti-Cheat
Valorant Vanguard
Halo Infinite Arbiter
Back 4 Blood Easy Anti-Cheat
Paladins Easy Anti-Cheat
Rainbow Six: Siege FairFight, BattlEye
Destiny 2 BattlEye
Genshin Impact miHoYo Protect 2
Hell Let Loose Easy Anti-Cheat
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Easy Anti-Cheat
World War 3 Easy Anti-Cheat
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Easy Anti-Cheat
Watch Dogs 2 Easy Anti-Cheat
Zero Hour Easy Anti-Cheat
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint BattlEye
COD: Modern Warfare (2019) RICOCHET
COD Black OPS: Cold War Treyarch Anti-Cheat
ArmA 2 BattlEye
Crysis PunkBuster
Battlefield 2 PunkBuster
Far Cry 5 Easy Anti-Cheat
Honkai Impact 3rd miHoYo Protect 2
Crysis: Warhead PunkBuster
Lost Ark Easy Anti-Cheat
Watch Dogs: Legion BattlEye
League of Legends
Elden Ring Easy Anti-Cheat

How hard is it to enable Anti-Cheat for Linux?

Developers of popular games like Fortnite and Will To Live Online have denied that the games will be made available for the Steam Deck. When asked about making Fortnite available on the Deck, Fortnite’s Tim Sweeney Tweeted, “We don’t have confidence that we’d be able to combat cheating at scale under a wide array of kernel configurations; including custom ones.”

Many people criticized Tim for “not trusting his product” (Epic Games owns Easy Anti-Cheat). Interestingly, when he was asked about his opinion on Linux back in 2019, here’s what he said.

Since the problem here is related to custom Linux kernel, many people suggested that Fortnite could only be made available for signed kernels or the custom SteamOS 3.0 kernel for the game to be playable on Steam Deck.

On the other hand, BattlEye Anti-cheat has made it easier for developers to enable anti-cheat in their games. A tweet from BattlEye’s official Twitter handle suggests that allowing the anti-cheat is just a toggle away.

Recent code changes in Proton suggest that Apex Legends might also be coming to Linux and Steam Deck, which is great news for Steam Deck fans.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments section below.


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