Minecraft Legends has been a favorite among gamers since its release, and with the recent launch of Steam Deck, players were excited to enjoy the game on the portable device. However, many have been facing issues with the game crashing on the handheld computer. This has left players frustrated and disappointed, as they were looking forward to playing Minecraft Legends on the go. The problem has been reported multiple times, and players are now looking for a solution to fix the issue. In this article, we will discuss the problem in detail and explore the possible reasons for the game crashing on Steam Deck.
We will also take a look at the different solutions that players can try to fix the issue and get back to playing their favorite game without any interruption. If you are a Minecraft Legends fan and facing the same problem on your Steam Deck, then keep reading to find out how you can resolve the issue and continue your adventure without any hiccups.
Minecraft Legends Crashing on Steam Deck: Is there any fix yet
In recent days, Minecraft Legends players on Steam Deck have been facing a frustrating issue where the game crashes repeatedly on the device. Many were confused as to why the game was not functioning properly, while others attempted to fix the issue themselves by using different methods. However, it seems like the issue has been resolved now as players have reported that the game is working smoothly without any hiccups. Early reports suggested that the issue was caused by problems with Steam Deck’s Proton compatibility layer.
Many players tried various fixes, including running the game on Proton Experimental mode or using Proton GE, but to no avail. Fast forward to today, and it seems that the issue has been resolved. Players have confirmed that the game runs without any issues on the Steam Deck after an update. They were able to start the game normally without experiencing any crashes. It’s worth noting that some players did have to load the game in desktop mode for an update before switching back to gaming mode. So, make sure you do the same. Also, don’t forget to apply the new Proton Hotflix update. You can find this in the Settings menu of your Steam Deck, under the Compatibility option. After this, launch the game without using any compatibility layer.
If the error still persists on your system, don’t worry, as there are some potential fixes that you can apply. First and foremost, try rebooting your Steam Deck and see if that resolves the issue. This might help refresh the system and clear out any temporary glitches. Another workaround is to update the game to the latest version. Developers often release patches and updates to fix bugs and errors, and updating the game may help resolve the issue you’re facing. Lowering the in-game settings can also help reduce the load on your system and prevent it from crashing.
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