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<p>Want to get Minecraft working simply on Steam Deck or a normal Linux desktop without much fuss? Here is one way you may do it and it makes it straightforward. For this I picked the PolyMC launcher (a fork of MultiMC) out there on Flathub, as the current official Minecraft launcher Flatpak would not save your password on Steam Deck and PolyMC of course deals with modding too.</p><br/><p>Here is a latest video guide for you, with text steps below:</p><br/><p>You will see this video also on the Steam Deck section of the PolyMC Wiki!</p><br/><p>Text steps:</p><br/><p>- Set up PolyMC from the Uncover Software program Centre on Steam Deck, or Flathub directly for desktop Linux <a href="https://www.click4r.com/posts/g/5041705/minecraft-server-model-file-download">Minecraft servers</a> .<br/>- Launch PolyMC and add your account in the top proper corner. It supports each Mojang and Microsoft logins.<br/>- Go into the principle PolyMC Settings, click Minecraft in the left panel and click on the option to close PolyMC when the game window opens. Otherwise, loading in Sport Mode / Deck UI on Steam Deck it's going to flicker between the 2 home windows.<br/>- Ensure in the PolyMC Settings that Java is set to the newest model, which is needed for the most recent Minecraft.<br/>- Click on Add Occasion in the top left, then decide either normal Minecraft or discover some mods with the constructed-in search and it installs all the things you want for you.<br/>- To have the ability to launch instantly from Steam: go to the Games menu up the highest -> click on add a Non-Steam sport and then find PolyMC within the list. <a href="https://txt.fyi/-/22195/57e50662/">MINECRAFT NEWS</a> </p><br/><p>Some YouTube feedback urged making an attempt out some optimized modpacks, but actually I didn't see a big sufficient distinction in terms of performance or energy use to make them actually value it on Deck compared with vanilla Minecraft when testing on the identical map seed. Controller mods were also instructed, however they're rarely updated and infrequently only work with particular Minecraft variations so sticking with Steam Enter and simply adjusting a few keys is the best choice for that.</p>

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