Dead by Daylight Wie man auf Steam Deck spielt

Dead by Daylight Wie man auf Steam Deck spielt

Du hast dein Steam-Deck und möchtest dieses Spiel damit spielen, wenn du zu deinem Freund gehst, aber Easy Anti Cheat lässt mich nicht spielen?

Dead by Daylight Wie man auf Steam Deck spielt Mögliche Lösungen

1- At the moment Easy Anti-Cheat prevents the game from functioning on the Steam OS.
However, if you install Windows on an SD card (one that has enough space for Windows and the game itself, of course) you can play it that way. I can confirm this, I have a Deck and while the game won’t work through the Deck’s Steam OS it works fine (along with pretty much all of my other non-Steam games) when played in the Windows environment.
If you flash a copy of Windows onto the card you aren’t even altering the Deck itself so it’s pretty much idiot-proof. If you’re interested I can link you to a great tutorial on how to go about doing this.

1- At the moment Easy Anti-Cheat prevents the game from functioning on the Steam OS.
However, if you install Windows on an SD card (one that has enough space for Windows and the game itself, of course) you can play it that way. I can confirm this, I have a Deck and while the game won’t work through the Deck’s Steam OS it works fine (along with pretty much all of my other non-Steam games) when played in the Windows environment.
If you flash a copy of Windows onto the card you aren’t even altering the Deck itself so it’s pretty much idiot-proof. If you’re interested I can link you to a great tutorial on how to go about doing this.

2- The best thing about this is how easy it would be to implement. https://partner.steamgames.com/doc/steamdeck/proton
Proton supports Easy Anti-Cheat without requiring any recompilation, but it does require you to manually enable support for your build. For the Epic Online Services version of EAC, see instructions here. For the Kamu version of EAC, follow these steps in order: Go into the SDK Configuration settings menu on the EAC partner site and enable Linux as a client platform. Go into the Client Module Releases menu on the EAC partner site, choose the Unix platform, and activate a module. If you cannot find the Linux module in the status dashboards, please contact EAC support. Once that’s done, download the EAC SDK and find the Linux library (\Client\Assets\Plugins\x86_64\libeasyanticheat.so) for the SDK version integrated with your game, rename it to easyanticheat_x64.so, and add it to your depot next to the Windows library (EasyAntiCheat_x64.dll). Lastly, on the Steamworks site, publish a new build of your game containing the new depot contents.

(You don’t have to make any changes to the game executable, just include the new files in the depot contents.)They literally have to do nothing themselves. It’s 4 steps, go to EAC and tick a box, tick a 2nd box, download the linux compatible EAC and add it to the game files for the next patch to be included. Done. But that’s too hard.

3- You can play the game on the Steam Deck, I’ve already done it. Like I said, you just need to install a copy of Windows onto a micro SD card and then install the standard Windows version of Steam onto that. There are tutorials out there, it’s not nearly as hard as it might sound and installing onto a card means that the Deck software itself remains untouched.

 

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