Capcom has curiously shared footage showing Devil May Cry 5 runs well on Steam Deck, Valve’s hotly anticipated portable gaming PC handheld.
Despite the fact that Devil May Cry 5 runs well on Steam Deck, the handheld PC is still postponed until at least February 2022 – meaning fans of both Devil May Cry 5 and new potential Steam Deck owners will have to wait a few more months before actually seeing it run on the device.
Here’s the game running on the Steam Deck:
Despite the shortness of the above gameplay, you can get a look at all the playable characters in the game and their combat – Nero, Dante, V, and Vergil, courtesy of the game’s lead game designer Yoichiro Ikeda.
Valve has a “Steam Deck Verified” system for game developers to submit their games for the new quality assurance team on Steam Deck to evaluate how well it runs on the hardware. They also take into account games that don’t have proper gamepad controls, are VR-only, and more.
While Devil May Cry 5 is available for Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In case you missed it, , Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is available for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. you can find our thorough review for the game here – we highly recommend it! In fact, it was our community’s Game of the Year 2019.