Infamous for its tragic performance on Nintendo Switch – Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is now available on PC. How does it perform on Steam Deck?
Sadly, the port is very mediocre. Deadly Premonition 2 has no graphic settings, you can’t even change the resolution. Fortunately, performance is pretty good considering how the game runs on Nintendo Switch.
A Blessing in Disguise works on Steam Deck at 720p resolution and delivers 60FPS in indoor locations and 45-50 when exploring the city. It’s not that bad, on Nintendo Switch we rarely saw more than 20FPS.
At the time of this writing, the game has a strange issue with camera rotation assigned to FPS – it only runs smoothly at 50Hz (or 100 – 150 etc. on PC). It is worth setting the game’s Steam profile to 50FPS/50Hz for best framepacing.
Deadly Premonition 2 natively supports the gamepad and has no issues with it on Steam Deck.
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is an open-world survival horror video game serving as both a sequel and prequel to the original Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut.
The story takes place in present-day Boston where it turns out FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan will have to revisit a case he thought was solved in 2005. Through unique storytelling, venture back in time to the American town Le Carré, Louisiana and uncover the mysteries buried within this once peaceful town.
Follow Agents Davis and Jones as they begin a new investigation into the Le Carré serial murders. Through the memories of a former FBI agent, go back in time to Le Carré and step into the role of Special Agent York to begin unraveling the mystery.