Diablo 4 Confirmed To Receive Steam Deck Verification Next Week

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Take Diablo 4 On The Go!

The second season of Diablo 4 is almost here. This season promises heaps of new content, encouraging players to revisit this popular ARPG. Blizzard has massive plans for the second season, including the game’s release on Steam.

This release will be accompanied by official support for Valve’s handheld, the Steam Deck. The game’s community manager has also confirmed Diablo 4 will be Steam Deck Verified ahead of the official release.

Why it matters: The Steam Deck is a massive success for Valve and the portable console of choice for many PC gamers. Therefore, this move will ensure a smoother experience for those who prefer to play Blizzard’s latest release on the go.

Diablo 4 has reached over 12 million players, and many of those players have likely tried the game on Steam Deck already. The game already ran well on the handheld for the most part, but the verification should ensure an even better experience moving forward.

Once verified, players will no longer be required to tweak too many settings to get the game running smoothly on Steam Deck, ensuring a more accessible experience for those unfamiliar with PC settings.

We believe Steam Deck support is a bold move from Blizzard and a testament to its dedication, as it will ensure a varied experience, appealing to fans on all kinds of platforms.

This announcement may also lead to Steam Deck support for other Blizzard games. Releases like Overwatch 2 do not provide the best experience on the handheld, but this could change soon.

Diablo 4

As everyone prepares to try the game on Valve’s portable console, we advise you to avoid the optional high-resolution texture pack during installation. The texture pack will not only take up unnecessary storage but will be a burden on the limited VRAM of the hardware.

With the low 1280×800 resolution of the Steam Deck, it wouldn’t make a lot of sense to use this texture pack since the game will likely look good even without it.

Diablo 4 is Blizzard’s fastest-selling game, making it the studio’s biggest project to date. However, the game has a long road ahead, with new seasons fleshing out an already satisfying ARPG experience.

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