We've seen a lot of roguelike shoot-'em-ups since the Since Vampire Survivors brought the genre to the masses. There's a refreshing simplicity to this type of game that brings to mind that singular focus of early arcade-era classics. Among the countless Vampire Survivors clones we've seen, Blobfish's Brotato has to be one of the best.
The simple controls and quick play sessions of Brotato make it a great fit for the Steam Deck. Here are the best Steam Deck Settings for Brotato designed for the best experience and maximum battery life.
Brotato Best Steam Deck Settings
Brotato works perfectly fine out of the box. You'll be fine just leaving the Proton settings at default.
Best Quality Settings (Native@60fps | ~4h30m)
Brotato doesn't ask much from your Steam Deck, so you'll get a great experience even without changing any settings. We can, however, make a few tweaks to the power settings to get a bit more playtime from your Steam Deck's battery. By dropping the Thermal Power (TDP) Limit down to 6, you can still enjoy full 60fps gameplay while getting roughly 30 minutes of extra gaming time.
|Steam Deck Performance Menu Settings|
|Half Rate Shading||Off|
|Thermal Power (TDP) Limit||On|
|Manual GPU Clock Control||Off|