Keen to find out how games will perform on the new device, a Steam user rummaged through SteamDB to uncover the games that Valve has already certified.
The data tell us that Valve has tested 106 games for Steam Deck compatibility so far.
Valve's Steam Deck verification has four tiers of compatibility:
The highest tier is "Verified" which means it has passed all of Valve's checks including controller support and performance checks.
Next is "Playable" which means the game will work but may need some tweaks to get it to perform at its best.
"Unsupported" means that Valve has tested the game and it will not work.
The "Unknown" tier refers to games that Valve hasn't tested yet.
Of the 106 tested titles, 60 fall into the highest tier of "Verified" and only five titles have been deemed "Unsupported".
Out of these five, four are VR games, which obviously wouldn't work on the Steam Deck, so early signs are really promising.
We can't wait to try out the Steam Deck, luckily there's not long to wait, with units set to ship at the end of February.