Valve’s portable PC recently became available for early pre-orders, but if you want to play Destiny 2, look the tubes – as long as you don’t want to take the risk.
Steam Deck already has quite a few of supported games, and countingFor Windows games only, Linux-based SteamOS relies on Valve’s Wine-based Proton and implementation to provide compatibility. With Bungie, the development studio behind the popular multiplayer shooter Destiny 2 has decided to withdraw support for it.
What’s more: According to Bungie, players will be banned if they try to circumvent the incompatibility in Destiny 2 by using Proton on the Steam deck. Instead, it should only be possible to play through pure Windows installations, which can also be done indirectly and with small restrictions on the Steam Deck – but of course that’s not the original purpose of the Steam Deck. It is translated on this In the support entry From Bungie:
Destiny 2 is not supported to play on Steam Deck or on a system using Proton from Steam Play unless Windows is installed and running. Players who attempt to launch Destiny 2 on Steam Deck via SteamOS or Proton will not be able to enter the game and will return to their game library after a short period of time. Players who attempt to circumvent the Destiny 2 incompatibility will be subject to a game ban.
Meanwhile, with GOG.com, another well-known PC platform has recently had Official support failedAlthough there are many Linux games in the portfolio. In the meantime, there are also ideas PC Game Pass on a Valve device. while The successor model is very likely is that Steam Deck recently got its first fix as well Anti-drift controller to receive.
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