Valve’s Steam Deck has been delayed to February 2022 but developers continue to make strong progress with optimizing games for the platform. The latest is Capcom which released a new gameplay trailer of Devil May Cry 5 running on the portable PC. Check it out below.
Overall, the performance and image quality look pretty good. The hack and slash title is optimized for 60 FPS gameplay but seeing the Steam Deck maintain that without any significant drop in quality is impressive. Valve had previously confirmed sending out Steam Decks to developers for testing their games but is also evaluating the entire Steam library on its own to ensure standards are met.
The Steam Deck starts at $399 with 64 GB eMMC internal storage and also features options for 256 GB ($529) and 512 GB ($649) NVMe SSDs. You can check out the official teardown video here to see how the console looks on the inside. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.