It's an Incompatible Game on Steam Deck

Steam Deck, just after Valve was released, has successfully received the attention of many people. Valve's Web site was also down when it opened a Portable Console order.
However, using Linux-based SteamOS will cause Steam Deck to experience game compatibility issues as quoted in mercuryrain.com on Ubergizmo on Monday (August 23, 2021).

The valve itself contains software called Proton that actually makes it easy for developers to transplant games into Linux. But not all games are portable.

There are currently four main games that Steam Deck can't play. The four games are Destiny 2, Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

In Steam Deck, the game is not compatible because of a Game-Preventing System installed in the game. While this system is not compatible with Proton, there is hope that the Valve will continue to improve the functionality of Proton, which will improve future compatibility.

At this time, you can pre-order the fan for purchase with pre-access at the end of December. You can visit the Steam Deck official site directly.

Pricing starts at $399 for 64GB. 256 GB is $529 512 GB internal storage is sold for $649.

Steam Deck Specification

  • Operating System: SteamOS 3.0 (Arch based)
  • Screen: 7" diagonal, 1200x800 pixels
  • Brightness: 400nit
  • Frequency with Many: 60Hz
  • Processors: AMD APU, Zen 2 4c/8t, 2.4-3.5GHz
  • GPU: 8 RDNA 2 CU, 1.0-1.6GHz
  • RAM: 16GB LPDDR5 RAM
  • Memory: 64GB eMMC / 256GB SSD / 512GB SSD
  • External Storage: MicroSD card slots
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0
  • Wi-Fi: Dual-band Wi-Fi radio, 2.4GHz and 5GHz
  • Headphone jack: 3.5mm stereo headphone/headset jack
  • charging: 45W USB Type-C PD3.0 power supply
  • Battery: 40Wh battery, 2-8 hours of game play
  • Dimensions: 298mm x 117mm x 49mm
  • Weight: 669g