Phil Hayton >Updated on Aug 4, 2022 >Gaming hardwareSteam DeckMultiversus finally has its Steam Deck stripes. The Warner Bros fighting game is now listed as 'Playable on the Valve storefront. It looks like Smash Bros-inspired brawler will lose out on Verified status. However, the new compatibility status should allow more players to beat Batman on the move.
Multiversus Steam Deck Playable is now visible on the Steam Page's right-hand sidebar. Clicking 'learn More' will give you insight into the Valve verdict. According to the gaming giant, players might need to access the portable's keyboard manually during gameplay. This restriction prevents it from being granted Verified status.
Signing up for a WB Games account is required to get into the bizarre world of Multiversus. You can use the QR code on the login page to access the Steam Deck without having to enter any details. To access the Steam Deck's on-screen keyboard, you will need to simultaneously press the X and the Steam buttons. However, you could also connect a Steam Deck dock to your gaming keyboard. This would defeat the purpose of portability.
Multiversus works well on Steam Deck. The Playable label, which Valve has just made clear, is great for Multiversus. The ridiculous TV and film romp is still in its early stages, so it's possible that it will eventually make it onto Valve’s Verified List. It doesn't really matter, but it will help you feel more confident if you only play games that are 'Great on Deck.
While Steam Deck compatibility is an issue, Multiversus' official release date has been postponed indefinitely. You will need to wait longer to get new tier-list characters like Morty (from Rick & Morty). This is a disappointment if you are eagerly waiting for Season 1 to start, but it's still the closest thing to Smash Bros on PC. Multiversus can be played with a Gamecube controller. This makes it feel more like the classic Nintendo mashup.
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