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Is Redfall on Steam Deck?

Updated: May 2, 2023 4:38 pm
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With Redfall being one of the Xbox-exclusive titles to be released this year, the question of whether it’s on Steam Deck has flooded the minds of many players. If you have the platform, it’s important that you know if you can play certain games.

If you are also not sure whether you will be able to fight vampires while on the move, this article will clear things up for you.

Will Redfall Be Available On Steam Deck?

At the time of writing, there have been no reports of Redfall being released on Steam Deck by the developers. While we can’t say for sure, there is certainly a chance for the game to be available on Steam Deck.

It is worth noting that the game has been confirmed to require a persistent internet connection to play even solo, and doing so with a portable device can become difficult. 

That said, if Redfall ends up not coming on the Steam Deck, there are still ways to play on the platform, as players have managed to make games that are not officially released on Steam Deck work on the device, so you should not lose hope.

However, running the game on the Steam Deck through these methods can be an extreme hassle and a headache, so we won’t recommend you to try it. 

Where Can You Play Redfall?

At the time of writing, Redfall is set to be released on PC, Xbox Series X|S and is available for pre-purchase on Steam and the Epic Games Store for $42.99.

Furthermore, the game does support a crossplay feature meaning players on Xbox Series X|S, and PC will be able to play the game together with a lobby of up to four people.

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