Felt the sudden urge to play PC games but don’t have the PC near you? You might want to play your favorite games using Steam Deck.

Steam Decks are extremely powerful and portable PC gaming devices designed for comfort and to give you a console-like experience. With Steam Deck, portability meets power. This device has also partnered with AMD to create its custom APU, which is optimized for handheld gaming.

In other words, the Steam Deck is all about PC gaming on the go. Here are the must-play games for the Steam Deck. 

1. ‘Baldur’s Gate 3’

Let’s start big time with this list. First here is “Baldur’s Gate 3.” This amazing Steam Deck game is of the role-playing genre based on the tabletop fantasy role-playing system brought to you by “Dungeons & Dragons.”

It has players exploring single-player and cooperative multiplayer elements. They can create one or more characters, as well as form a party alongside many pre-generated characters in the game as they explore its story.

2. ‘Aperture Desk Job’

“Aperture Desk Job” isn’t as big as the item previously revealed here, but this short and sweet game should be the first one to try on the Steam Deck, according to gaming experts. 

Essentially, it is a free Steam Deck tutorial designed to help you learn about using it. But it is different because it is entertainingly administered through an undeniably funny mini-jaunt via a pre-Portal Aperture Science. “Aperture Desk Job” is a clever, surprising, and viciously charming orientation about your new device.

3. ‘Elden Ring’

“Elden Ring” is so exciting you don’t want to miss out on every critical moment. Don’t have your PC with you but itching to play this game? Play it using your Steam Deck!

Developed by FromSoftware – the same developer that brought you “Dark Souls” and “Echo Night,” among various others – “Elden Ring” has a world taking a cue from the setting created by fantasy writer George R. R. Martin. Yes, “Game of Thrones.”

In “Elden Ring,” gamers take control of a customizable player character on a quest to repair the Elden Ring and be the new Elden Lord.

4. ‘Vampire Survivors’

Are you a fan of anything and everything vampires? You should immerse yourself into “Vampire Survivors.” Everything about it is hypnotically compelling – the way you can move around, the auto-attacking sounds, the XP-unlocked weapon upgrades stacking up, the trickles of enemies, the time-stopping lasers, and the weaponized Bibles. It rocks. 

5. ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’

Sure, “Superman” star Henry Cavill looks hot in “The Witcher” TV series, and believe it or not, there’s a game for “The Witcher.” One of these is “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt,” which you may also play on your Steam Deck. 

This action role-playing game from CD Projekt is played in an open world with a third-person perspective. Following “The Witcher” series of fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, the game takes place in a fantasy world based on Slavic mythology. Here, you control Geralt of Rivia, the Witcher himself, as he searches for his adopted daughter on the run from the otherworldly Wild Hunt.

6. ‘Diablo IV’

After “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” is another game equally as stunning: “Diablo IV.” Many gamers say they enjoy playing “Diablo IV” on the Steam Deck more than they do on a PC, actually. Aside from veering further into the realm of subjectivity than what’s standard, the thumbstick and face button controls on Steam Deck put them in direct control over the Billie Eilish-faced Necromancer. This, in turn, makes combat even more satisfying than how they do with mouse clicks. Plus, “Diablo IV” on the Steam Deck also runs superbly in terms of its visuals, which is a rare feat among megablockbuster games.

7. ‘LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga’

LEGO and “Star Wars” fans will have more reason to gush over their favorites as there’s a “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga” game on the Steam Deck. 

From Warner Bros. Games, the game will have players through through, get this, all nine Skywalker saga movies in a way like no other. It has more than 300 playable characters! And not just that, it has over 100 vehicles and 23 planets to explore. Your journey to the galaxy far, far away has never been this awesome. What’s more, it includes the classic Obi-Wan Kenobi playable character.

8. ‘Hades’

“Hades” is good to play on your PC, but on the Steam Deck, this game becomes tense, inventive, and all the way witty. Aside from running at a perfect 60fps, gamers only need to face buttons and a single thumbstick to achieve its slick combat. Plus, Steam Deck’s quick resume feature lets you take a break when you need to and come back again to continue the fun.

9. ‘Resident Evil 4’

Playing “Resident Evil 4” on Steam Deck makes the game even spicier. This survival horror game by Capcom – the minds behind “Street Fighter,” yes – has players controlling Leon S. Kennedy, a special agent on a mission to rescue the daughter of the United States president, Ashley Graham, kidnapped by a religious cult in rural Spain. The horrors and survival should never stop.

10. ‘Celeste’

The story of “Celeste” – following Madeline as she navigates through her anxieties and depression – is one of the reasons you should break boundaries to experience this game. It is so poignant, flowing with the game’s minimalistic graphics and fluid movement system, making it perfect to play on Steam Deck. 

Those are just some of the best games to play on the Steam Deck, but you’ve also got “Stardew Valley,” “Devil May Cry 5,” “Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered,” and so much more. What are you waiting for? Pick up your Steam Deck and play your favorite PC games whenever and wherever you are.

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