As you may know, Steam floor very famous. Valve’s mobile PC has quickly grown a large community around it, and it has become the preferred way for many to play their favorite Steam games on the go. But What game exactly? Are all these new Steam Deck owners playing? You would think they would be smaller, fast-paced games very easy to pause, as is the case with most handheld and mobile games. Well, Valve shared some data and it looks like a lot of you really enjoy playing Multiverse and Elden Ring while on the toilet.
Not what you would guess, right?
Soon on TwitterValve’s official Steam Deck Twitter account has released a list of the top 10 most played games on the Steam Deck in the past week. Clarification valve in a follow-up tweet the list is sorted by the average number of daily users.
- Vampire Survivors
- Elden Ring
- No Man’s Sky
- Stardew Valley
- Grand Theft Auto DRAW
- Aperture Desk Job
- Monster Hunter Rise
As for the list, yes, recently released free games Smash Bros-like fighting games, Multiverse, at top. It’s a bit odd to see a fighting game at the top of the list, but free can be helpful. Maybe people have found interesting ways to play Multiverse and other games on this list thanks to Exciting Steam Deck’s but versatile control. Let’s just hope WB doesn’t kill this game along with everything else it’s recently canceled.
The funny thing is that some people admit that playing Multiverse on the Deck causes their hands to go numb, but the allure of having it on the go is simply too great.
Not shocked to see Lost in third place because the game was popular, wasn’t too expensive, and it seemed like the perfect game to play on the Steam Deck. It is possible to play it on the porch at night with a light rain in the background. Lovely. Also, not a surprise look GTA DRAW on the list because at this point it looks like half the world plays that game on some platform. So why not the Steam Deck?
Also, of course, Elden Ring— one of the biggest and most popular games of 2022—Is high on the list. Personally, I’m not sure I can enjoy it on the Steam Deck, but I also don’t really enjoy any FromSoftware games on any platform.
I hope Valve releases more data about Steam floor future games, maybe even a similar list of the 10 most played games on mobile PC in all of 2022. Oh and also, maybe soon to ship my Steam Deck? Thanks, Valve!