Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that various Xbox games had been classed as either "verified" or "playable" on Valve's new Steam Deck device, and now another 16 games have been officially added to the list.
Not all of these are necessarily new to the Steam Deck, as the latest roundup includes all the titles that were added since April's update, but nevertheless it's good to see Xbox continuing to support the excellent new handheld.
Without further ado, here's the list of "verified" and "playable" new Xbox titles:
- Halo Infinite
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- Forza Horizon 4
- Fallout 4
- State of Decay 2
- Tell Me Why
- Quake Champions
- Fable - The Lost Chapters
- ReCore: Definitive Edition
In addition to these "verified" and "playable" Steam Deck games, Microsoft and Valve also partnered up to bring Xbox Cloud Gaming to the device earlier this year, which is currently the only way to play Xbox Game Pass games on there.
We're hoping the next step is for Xbox Game Pass games to be available natively on Steam Deck in 2023, without having to go through the cloud. In fact, we'd love to see Valve bring Xbox Game Pass to Steam itself next year!