Is LEGO 2K Drive playable on Steam Deck? Performance & verified status explained

Is LEGO 2K Drive playable on Steam Deck? Performance & verified status explained
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Written by 

Morgan Truder


22nd May 2023 13:43

Wondering if LEGO 2K Drive is playable on the Steam Deck? Then you have come to the right place as we answer whether or not the latest LEGO racing game is compatible with Valve's handheld. 

LEGO 2K Drive is an open-world racer that taps into a similar vein to Forza Horizon but naturally puts the LEGO charm and spin on the game. There are multiplayer races, a story to progress through, plenty of challenges in the open world and more, all while keeping the family in mind. 

The game is available on the Nintendo Switch, but you are probably wondering whether or not it is available on a more powerful handheld console. So, here is everything we know about LEGO 2K Drive on the Steam Deck: 

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Is LEGO 2K Drive on Steam Deck? 

Valve's Steam Deck
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Yes is the answer! LEGO 2K Drive is available via Steam and therefore, will be available to play on the Steam Deck. As it stands, the title is not officially verified on Steam Deck, but it isn’t the most graphically intensive game.

Considering that it runs on Switch, we expect LEGO 2K Drive to run fine on the Steam Deck as well. The control scheme may need a bit of tinkering, but otherwise, it should run great. 

If you’re a fan of your Steam Deck, then be sure to check out whether or not the recent zombie slaying game Dead Island 2 is compatible with the platform. We also have a list of the best Steam Deck accessories for 2023 - so you can play on the go, in the best way that suits you.

That is all you need to know regarding LEGO 2K Drive on the Steam Deck, if you're still on the fence with LEGO 2K Drive, be sure to check out our review.

Morgan is one of the Guides Writers at GGRecon. He first started writing about games for fun whilst doing his BA (Hons) in History and Film. Since then he has turned this passion into a career and was previously an Editor at VideoGamer before joining GGRecon. Despite enjoying all sorts of games, he can often be found playing Football Manager, Red Dead Redemption 2 or Sekiro.