Valve has released a top ten list of the most played games on Steam Deck, showing Hogwarts Legacy and Elden Ring in the top positions.
Well, well, well, folks – it looks like Valve has just released their much-anticipated list of the 20 most played games on Steam Deck, and it’s a doozy! Taking the lead in the top ten is none other than Hogwarts Legacy and Elden Ring, two absolute powerhouses that are dominating the gaming scene right now. And let’s be real here, this top ten is pretty much identical to the PC version – but hey, who’s complaining? We’re all just stoked to see these big names crushing the competition and proving their worth on the shiny new platform. Keep slaying, Hogwarts and Elden Ring, we can’t wait to see what you’ll accomplish next!
So let’s see the ranking of the 20 most-played titles on Steam Deck:
- Hogwarts Legacy
- Elder Ring
- Stardew Valley
- Vampire Survivors
- Octopath Traveler 2
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Dead Cells
- Cyberpunk 2077
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
- The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
- Monster Hunter Rise
- Fallout 4
- Persona 5 Royal
- Slay the Spire
- No Man’s Sky
- Resident Evil 4
The ranking is compiled based on the hours played on each title on Steam Deck, with data updated to March 2023. There seems to be no general rule in terms of preference for titles on the portable device, but it is clear that they are largely single-game players.
The Rise of Single-Player Titles on Steam Deck: Multiplayers Take a Back Seat
The multiplayer that usually dominates the PC charts don’t appear in this one, demonstrating that Steam Deck is perhaps preferably used for single-player titles with a more leisurely and comfortable pace. Looks like the Steam Deck can handle the heat, folks! Even those games that require some serious hardware are still being played like crazy on this bad boy, which just goes to show you how well-optimized they are for the device. We’re talking silky-smooth gameplay and stunning graphics, even on the most demanding titles. So, whether you’re a hardcore gamer or just someone who enjoys the occasional gaming sesh, the Steam Deck has got your back. It’s like a trusty sidekick that always knows just what you need – even if that means handling some seriously intense games like a pro. Cheers to good optimization, and cheers to the Steam Deck!