A lot of new games have already been announced already in January 2024, ranging from Sense Games’s AI Limit to Obsidian’s Avowed. NanoApostle also happens to be one of them. Developed by Taiwanese video game studio – 18Light Game, the game was announced on January 25, 2024, with the release of its announcement trailer. Since then, many curious players have started asking questions about it, including whether the game will be supported on the Steam Deck.
Whenever a new game is announced or released these days, there’s always a subset of people that never fails to ask if they would be able to play that game on their Deck. And this all has been possible thanks to the Steam Deck establishing itself as one of the go-to devices for enjoying PC handheld gaming. Games like Cyberpunk 2077, Elden Ring, Witcher 3, and many many more are already playable on it, and this list isn’t going to end anytime soon. So, is NanoApostle on this list? Did the devs have plans for supporting the game on the Deck? Well, let’s go ahead and find out!!
NanoApostle Steam Deck Support: Is it available?
As of now, neither developer 18Light Game nor publisher PQube has announced or even shared any kind of info related to NanoApostle’s Steam Deck support. This will come as a bummer for many who were looking to play the game on the Deck, but it is what it is.
There’s really not much info available on the game right now. While the game is indeed scheduled for a 2024 release, both the devs and publisher haven’t clarified a release date. NanoApostle was just announced on January 25, 2024, so it’s still very early to reveal everything. We are sure that as the months go by, the devs will slowly start sharing more details on the game.
Now, from what the announcement trailer has shown so far, it seems like NanoApostle doesn’t really need beefy specs to run smoothly. And while the devs are yet to share the minimum requirements for the game, we are confident that the game will be playable on the Deck. As we stated before, NanoApostle will be released on PC via Steam, so there’s a good chance that Deck users will be able to enjoy the game with some tweaks. And even if it isn’t outright playable then the magic of dual-booting could be of big help. As for whether NanoApostle will get Verified for the Steam Deck is something that only the devs know. In conclusion, right now the game is only confirmed for a PC release, with no info available on Steam Deck support. And since there’s still some time till it’s released, we recommend waiting and seeing what the devs share in the upcoming months.
Well, that’s all the info we have on this. Additionally, here’s a guide if you want to know how to install Pokemon Infinite Fusion on your Deck. And for more such content, keep following DigiStatement. Also read: Is there an AI limit Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch Release Date