If you haven't yet, follow us on X (Twitter) to know when we post new articles, and join our Reddit or Subscribe to us on YouTube to check out our content and interact with our awesome community. Thank you for supporting us!

I remember when Shatterline came out and I had to immediately try it on the Steam Deck, and to my surprise, it worked out pretty well! It was a lot of fun, and with a lack of bigger multiplayer first-person shooters that ran well on the Deck, it was a welcome change. And with the new update we got today, it should be a bit easier to read the text on the screen.

Today's newest update for Shatterline brings with it a new season, which means a ton of new free rewards and weapons, and on the Steam Deck, we will be able to read it all! The update comes with some tweaked game fonts/styles, all aimed to improve readability on the smaller screen. With so much that we may need to read, this is awesome to have and a very welcome change (I would like to read the info about my weapons and such).

As for the new season, titled "Season Golf," we have a 2-month long event that is packed with free content. This includes a new Karambit knife, a new PvE episode revolving around teleportation tech, changes to Ranked Matches, ability weeks, and some balance changes. We also have a new "Plant-The-Bomb" mode, which sees you needing to infiltrate the enemy side so you can plant and explode a bomb. It is similar to Counter Strike's ranked mode.

Ther were a lot of other minor tweaks here and there, and you can check them all out on the Steam Community Post.

Shatterline is free to play and has been rated Steam Deck Verified.

If you enjoyed this article, check out the rest of the content on SteamDeckHQ! We have a wide variety of game reviews and news that will help your gaming experience. Whether you're looking for newstips and tutorialsgame settings and reviews, or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, we've got your back!

Noah Kupetsky
A lover of gaming since 4, Noah has grown up with a love and passion for the industry. From there, he started to travel a lot and develop a joy for handheld and PC gaming. When the Steam Deck released, it just all clicked.
Steam Profile