Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga has finally been Deck verified but it does come with a few caveats. Despite the blocky nature of this Lego title, the Skywalker Saga doesn’t run all that well on the Steam Deck. So a bit of fine-tuning is in order. Here are the best Steam Deck Settings for Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga.
Here are the best Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga Steam Deck Settings. Turn all the In-game Video Settings Down. Set the resolution to 900×600. Set the FPS Limit and the Refresh Rate to 40. Turn the TDP down to 9W. You’ll be good to go.
Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga isn’t exactly smooth sailing on the Steam Deck as one would expect. The game does indeed suffer some audio crackling, stuttering, and FPS drops when breaking objects.
FPS could be better across the board and navigating to other planets does cause some significant frame rate drops. So here’s what you can do.
Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga In-Game Settings
|Anti Aliasing||Temporal AA|
|Screen Space Reflections||Low|
Steam Deck Settings
FPS Limit – 40
Considering there are loads of FPS spikes in the game, your best bet would be to change the FPS Limit to 40 FPS. Because that’s where you’ll be hovering around for the most part.
Refresh Rate – 40
Following suit, change your refresh rate to 40Hz in order to match your FPS Limit.
GPU Clock – 1200
Considering all the stuttering going on when breaking Lego bricks and other objects, your best bet would be to change the GPU Clock to 1200mHz.
TDP – 9W
Players have reported that Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga is a juice hog on the Steam Deck. Players can barely get any battery life out of their Steam Deck while playing the game. So, just to be safe, switch your TDP Limit to 9 watts and you’ll be good to go. Ideally, you’ll get 3-3.5 hrs out of the Steam Deck on these settings.
While it’s not a solid 60FPS experience as one would normally expect out of a Lego Title, Lego Star Wars The game runs decently for the most part on the Steam Deck at a solid 40FPS.