Bring the 3D ragdoll fighting game action on the go with Party Animals. Here are the best game settings to run Party Animals on Steam Deck.
Party Animals is a kind of game that you can’t miss, especially when you’re hosting a party. This classic 3D fighting-style game has the most satisfying ragdoll mechanic ever seen since Gang Beast, which also has the same concept.
Want to play it on the go? Let’s us share the best game settings to play Party Animals on Steam Deck.
Party Animals Recommended Game Settings
|Video Mode||Full Screen|
|FSR 2.0 Quality||OFF|
|Depth of Field||Medium|
If you’re looking for a perfect blend of performance quality and better battery life, we recommend following the settings below. These settings will maintain the quality of graphics, allowing you to achieve more than 60 FPS at 720p resolution.
The settings mentioned above will not affect cut scenes in any sense as they are pre-rendered. However, some players have reported unprecedented crashing of Party Animals on PC, which makes it unplayable. But the same issue could occur due to the Steam Deck overheating to handle the graphics load.
TCG Recommended Settings
In our experience, the above-mentioned hardware settings would get you the best Mortal Kombat 1 gameplay experience on Steam Deck. Hence we recommend you to set the following settings for a balanced performance and battery saving concept.
Estimated Battery Usage
|Estimated Playtime||2.5-3 hours|
We recommend playing Party Animals on Steam Deck while charging. However, if you want to play the game on battery life, then there is no limit to TDP consumption. Even if you have disabled the GPU clock, the battery will drain pretty quickly while playing Party Animals on Steam Deck. However, we will update the stats after gathering reviews from the community to share their experience.
If you are trying to run the game and it gets stuck on a black screen for a while, then we suggest applying these tricks for fixing Steam Deck freezing while gaming. Although restarting the game might do the trick. And that’s about it. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments to suggest how was your experience with Party Animals on Steam Deck.