Convergence: A League of Legends Story is the latest title from Double Stallion, who previously worked on Speed Brawl and Big Action Mega Fight! Published by Riot’s own publishing arm, Riot Forge, Convergence is one of the many indie games that Riot is publishing in order to expand the League of Legends IP. The “A League of Legends Story” series has already got Ruined King, Hextech Mayhem, The Mageseeker, and the latest is Convergence. Well, since the game is available on popular platforms, players are indeed eager to know its compatibility with the Steam Deck. So, if you are wondering the same thing, continue reading.
The Steam Deck is getting more popular by the day, and it’s no wonder that players want to know whether games like Convergence are Steam Deck compatible or not. Valve has put out an amazing handheld PC and, frankly, revolutionized the gaming world with this device. The Steam Deck now has more than 8000 Verified/Playable games on it. And that number is going to keep expanding thanks to the amazing support that Valve has been providing. So, here’s everything you need to know about Convergence and its Steam Deck compatibility.
Convergence Steam Deck Compatibility Details & More
Well, as of now, Convergence: A League of Legends Story has yet to receive Steam Deck support. As we already said earlier, right now, the game is available only for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4/5, Nintendo Switch, and Windows platforms. MacOS is also not supported. Neither is mobile. But, as per recent reports from players, the game runs on the handheld PC after forcing the Proton-GE compatibility layer, despite having no official support.
But, will Convergence get official Deck Verification in the future? Although we can’t guarantee a spot-on answer, we are confident that the developers will most likely get the game verified for the Steam Deck.
At the time of publishing this article, Convergence: A League of Legends Story is sitting under the “Unknown” category when it comes to Steam Deck compatibility. Games for Steam Deck can fall into four compatibility categories: – Verified, Playable, Unsupported, and Unknown.
Verified games run out of the box on the Deck while Playable games need some manual tweaking in the settings. Unsupported as the name itself suggests, are games that aren’t don’t run at all, and Unknown games are yet to be fully tested on the Deck. They could be playable, or they might crash as well.
Even ProtonDB has no information on the game’s Steam Deck compatibility yet, as players haven’t provided any reports on the game’s performance while running it on the device. However, Convergence doesn’t really need that much power to run on PC, so it’s entirely possible that it will run fine on the Deck. Some players did try running the game on the handheld PC and have reported that it does run, but there are issues with the in-game cutscenes.
Players can either wait for Double Stallion to announce official Deck Verification for their title or try the game themselves on the Deck. You can join the official Discord server of the game too if you want to get the latest details and announcements. Meanwhile, don’t forget to bookmark DigiStatement to get the latest updates on gaming.
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