BioGun Clinical Trial is the prequel to the popular upcoming game, BioGun. The main concept of this game is to shrink down into microscopic sizes and face the many threats microorganisms face (from a game perspective). While the prequel is quite popular on PCs, its viability on handhelds is in question. Since handhelds have been on the market for some time now, there has been a pivot towards gaming on them as well. The performance of a PC in a portable package is an interesting offer that a lot of people intend to take on. In this article, we have discussed whether BioGun Clinical Trial is supported on handhelds, including Steam Deck, Asus Rog Ally, and Lenovo Legion Go.
While manufacturers reliably make certain games playable (because of the specifications) on their devices, the final call on support and playability comes from the developers. If they spend the time and money to make the game playable on handheld devices, it will perform better. Since theoretically the same operating system is running on both the Legion Go and the Asus Rog Ally, most games are compatible with them. However, Steam Deck is a different story since it runs on a Linux-based OS.
BioGun Clinical Trial Steam Deck, Asus Rog Ally & Lenovo Legion Go Support Details
Currently, there is no official word from the developers in this regard. There is a Steam forum announcement where a developer confirmed that the game has received unofficial support on the Steam Deck at least. Apart from this, we need to take a look at the minimum specifications to understand more about compatibility. Since handheld controls are essentially controller controls, the main issue will come in the form of compatibility and minimum requirements.
Can handhelds run the game?
Well, yes. Since this game isn’t quite resource-hungry, handheld devices (Asus Rog Ally, Lenovo Legion Go, and Steam Deck) won’t have any issues running it. And, considering the fact that the game is not heavy on specs, you can use the Quality preset to get the best performance. This will get you high FPS and a more fluid experience. However, running the game on the Steam Deck isn’t a seamless experience. The developers are aware of the loading screen issue when launching the game via the Steam Deck’s Game Mode. As a workaround for this, the developers recommend starting the game in Desktop Mode instead.
Official Support for Steam Deck coming?
As of right now, there is no official support available for the game on the Steam Deck. Although you can run the game on your Asus Rog Ally and Lenovo Legion Go, getting it to work on the Steam Deck is a much more complicated task. However, it is possible that the developers will provide support for the game on the Deck in the future, but it is still uncertain. This is way better than most other games on Steam that have poor to no compatibility with handheld gaming systems at all.
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