Stray's cat-fueled shenanigans fit into a relatively short adventure that works quite well on a PC, but might be better suited for your Steam Deck, if you're looking to play through it while on the move.
Valve's latest device has impressed a fair few people and supports quite a few new releases, raising some valid questions around Stray's Steam Deck support status.
Stray Steam Deck Support
Valve currently describes a game's Steam deck compatibility using four different terms: verified, playable, unsupported, or unknown.
There's a bit more nuance that you'd expect going into what they truly mean, but in this article, we'll focus solely on which one of them applies to Stray.
If you're planning to play Stray on the Steam Deck, you'll be happy to hear that it's one of the device's verified games starting at launch.
- Stray Steam Deck Support status: Verified at launch (fully compatible with the device)
This means that the game is fully functional on Steam Deck without additional tinkering, making it possible to jump straight in after installing it.
As indicated on its store page, Verified status means that all functionality is accessible using the default controller configuration, the game shows Steam Deck controller icons, in-game text is legible, and its default graphics configuration performs well on the device.
That's what you need to know about Stray's Steam Deck support. For more help with the game, here's where to find the Zurk weapon in Doc's hideout alongside how many chapters you need to go through before seeing the credits.
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