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This Microsoft-approved website tracks how Windows games play on Arm

The word “arm” is superimposed on a psychedelic background
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

With Microsoft’s new Surfaces leading a wave of Copilot Plus PCs powered by Arm chips that could reshape our expectations of Windows laptops, you might be wondering: do they game?

We’d already seen a few examples, like Baldur’s Gate 3 and Control — but at Build, Microsoft and Qualcomm just revealed a new website with far more examples. WorksOnWoA.com has apparently already tested 1,481 games on the Surface Laptop and other devices with Arm-based Snapdragon X Elite chips, and it lets you search to see whether your game of choice falls into one of four categories: “Perfect,” “Playable,” “Runs,” or “Unplayable.”

Here’s what each of those terms mean, according to Linaro, the Arm engineering group that built the website and counts…

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