Valve revealed Two The Steam Deck has new lists of top games, updated through October. These lists are sorted according to both average daily player count and total time played.
The first is sorted based on the average daily user count of October games which were:
The second is sorted according to the total hours played throughout the month.
Both these lists show how incredible the Steam Deck as a device. The Steam Deck can run Windows-compatible games, thanks to the Proton compatibility layer. This is often done on the day of their release, such as Persona 5 (or UNCHARTED). They were not designed for the system but work so well thanks to Proton’s work.
The second list shows you another wonderful point. It shows how people still enjoy their favorite games from many years ago. Steam and the Deck give you access to a huge back catalog. It’s amazing to me that such huge games as Skyrim and GTA V can be played on it. Both lists also go to show just how varied the games are that people play on Deck, there’s seemingly no genre that’s bigger than the other.
A short video overview of SIGNALIS with footage: