Does Dead Space Remake work well on Steam Deck? EA and Valve join forces after a difficult opening
We’re out of January, but the biggest release of that month is still buzzing. Dead Space Remake has managed to carve out the love of critics and users, but he had a pending task: bring his terror to the Steam Deck. The latest patch from him has also addressed that.
A few days ago, we were talking about how the first update of the horror game from EA Motive and Electronic Arts improved its image quality with a patch to disable NVIDIA’s VRS. Now, it’s time to be surprised for good with how this has impacted the performance of Valve’s laptop.
At its launch, the English-speaking portal The Verge found that Dead Space Remake was not playable on Steam Deck, with a large number of problems that they made it truly unplayable. Since then, a few days have passed, and we have seen many advances.
Thanks to a proton upgrade Created by the Steam Deck developers at Valve, many of the bugs that plagued the game have been fixed. With this in mind, Steam has given the green light and granted the verified rating to the game on your laptop, adding yet another title to the Electronic Arts catalogue.
This continues the trajectory. Also take into account the efforts of EA and Valve to improve the compatibility of the company’s games, in addition to fixing the problems that the Electronic Arts desktop application had on Linux and SteamOS. At the moment, everything is going smoothly for this dynamic duo.