IGN published this video item, entitled “Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered PC: 12 Minutes of Steam Deck Gameplay” – below is their description.
Marvel’s Spider-Man from 2018 – and Remastered for PS5 in 2020 – has finally reached PC Steam. Luckily for owners of Valve’s Steam Deck, it launched fully verified (and running beautifully we might add) on the handheld. So check out Spider-Man Remastered running on Steam Deck with the framerate counter running so you can see how the game handles both open-world swinging and interior fighting. This gameplay was captured using a Bluetooth Dualshock 4 controller.
00:00 – Intro
01:15 – Gameplay Start
06:30 – Interior Fighting
10:25 – Open-World Exploration
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Steam Deck devices which run SteamOS will ship in December 2021. The Linux based device can be plugged into a monitor or TV and .also used as a PC. The device is owned and manufactured by Valve Corporation.