Is The Last of Us Coming to Steam Deck? Valve Drops Clues

Valve Steam Deck

The official announcement regarding The Last of Us Part 1 for PC had many believe the game will be compatible with Steam Deck. Now, it seems the official support could be a thing! Valve has been using the PS5 port to promote its handheld gaming PC. And gamers are just waiting for Valve to give the final seal of approval.

If you take a closer look, you will see that Valve’s Steam Deck has over 8000 compatible games. Not all of them have the ‘Verified’ seal, but a good chunk of them proudly wears the seal of approval. And the Last of Us Part 1 could be next.

Will Steam Deck Smoothly Run Last of Us Part 1?

Theoretically, you will be able to run The Last of Us part 1 on Steam Deck. However, with Valve’s seal, the game will be guaranteed to run on the handheld console without any major issues. That is, the seal assures that there will not be any game-breaking bugs, nor will there be any performance hiccups.

The Last of Us Part 1

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The good news is that Valve has just hinted that the PlayStation 5 PC game might end up on the “Great on Deck” list. That means you might be able to enjoy the Last of Us Part 1 smoothly on your Steam Deck. Wondering what clue did Valve drop regarding the game?

Last of Us Part 1 on Steam Deck

Head over to the official Steam Deck website to find it. You will see that Valve is currently using an iconic scene from the game to promote the handheld gaming device. Yes, the PS5 port is not yet classified as Playable or Verified yet. But the presence of the game on the official site implies that it soon will.

Another thing that you should know is that The Last of Us Part 1 system requirements is anything but lightweight. So, there’s a chance that it might not get the Verified status for Steam Deck. We will have to wait till the official release date to know things for certain.

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