EA Motive’s Dead Space remake now works completely on the Steam Deck, and has been verified for the platform by Valve.
Dead Space was launched final week (January 27) however didn’t work on the Steam Deck. However, one Proton developer has now launched a “Proton Hotfix update with a fix for the Dead Space map issue.”
“It also addresses a minor performance issue where the game’s usage of Variable-Rate Shading was being ignored,” they confirmed on Twitter.
Testing the sport out on the Steam Deck following the patch, Polygon reported that the Dead Space remake is now “very playable” on the platform.
Following the patch, Valve has confirmed that Dead Space is now Steam Deck Verified, which means it’s met a strict set of standards regarding efficiency and graphics.
In a four-star evaluate, EpicGames News wrote: “EA Motive’s remake of Dead Space does most of what you’d hope for, massively improving the game’s visual quality and improving certain mechanics like zero-g, while retaining the frantic combat and lightning-paced story of the original. Your mileage may vary on the changes to the story, but it feels for the most part like the Dead Space you remember.”
Following the discharge of the sport, followers consider that Motive is trying to remake Dead Space 2 and 3 after translating an “indecipherable” log within the new, New Game+ mode.
However, composer Trevor Gureckis believes it might make “a whole lot of sense” for EA Motive to begin taking a look at a model new Dead Space 4 sport.
“Doing a remake makes sense to refresh everyone’s minds,” he stated earlier than including that “pushing it forward to Dead Space 4 would be super fun.”
In different information, Bethesda has confirmed that its upcoming vampire shooter Redfall will launch with Denuvo and require a “persistent online connection” to play, even inside its single-player mode.