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Legion Go News: Legion Space timeline and Graphics Updates

Lenovo Legion Space has been making waves in the gaming community but not for good reasons mostly, lets recap the recent updates, improvements, and upcoming features that Lenovo has in store for its Legion Space users.


Recent Updates

  1. Space Version 1.0.2.2: The latest update, released recently, brought numerous improvements. Users can expect more updates, with the next tentative release around November 30th. Lenovo is committed to keeping the Legion Space experience fresh and exciting.

  2. Darker UI Option: The Darker UI option was initially scheduled for release around November 10th but appears to be a default change now.

  3. DPI Settings for FPS Mode: In version 1.0.2.1, DPI settings for FPS mode were already implemented. These settings can now be found in the Controller settings once FPS mode is toggled on, allowing gamers to fine-tune their experience for optimal performance.

  4. Right Legion Button Optimizations: In response to community feedback, Lenovo is working on optimizing the right Legion button to make it quicker and more intuitive to access performance settings and toggles. Now, the right button opens the performance menu with just one click, and the left menu has been removed for a more streamlined experience.

  5. Trackpad DPI and Joystick Deadzone Management: Lenovo is actively working on these features. While it might take longer than initially expected, the team plans to add Joystick sensitivity adjustments alongside deadzone management, giving users even more control over their gaming setup.

  6. Improved "Apply Game Profile": Lenovo is making efforts to make the "Apply Game Profile" feature more intuitive, with improvements scheduled for around November 10th.

Upcoming Features

While there are no concrete timelines and the following could change, as we have seen with the above, at least Lenovo is giving us some kind of hint into what is coming:


  1. Additional Customization: Users can look forward to more customization options for key mappings, allowing for a tailored gaming experience.

  2. UMA Frame Buffer Options: Lenovo is exploring additional UMA frame buffer options, including 6G and Auto, to optimize graphics performance.

  3. Custom Fan Curve Adjustments: Gamers can soon expect the ability to fine-tune their cooling system with custom fan curve adjustments.

  4. FPS Limiter Implementation: Lenovo plans to implement an FPS limiter to help users optimize their gaming performance.

  5. Refresh Rate Toggle Fix: A fix is in the works for the issue where toggling between 144Hz and 60Hz refresh rates requires an AC adapter.

  6. Custom TDP Functionality: Lenovo is addressing reports of some users not seeing Custom TDP (Thermal Design Power) take effect, ensuring a smoother gaming experience.

  7. Working FPS Counter: The team is actively working to address reports of some users not seeing the FPS counter working as expected.

  8. Toggle for Auto-Loading: Lenovo is adding a toggle in the General tab to allow users to turn off auto-loading of Legion Space when the system boots. However, it's important to note that disabling Space loading may affect some controller and setting functionality.

  9. Additional Language Support: Space will soon support additional languages, including Spanish, French, German, and Japanese, making it more accessible to a global audience.

  10. Audio Volume Improvements: While not an ideal fix, Lenovo suggests manually adjusting the EQ settings in the "RealTek Audio Console" preloaded on the device to increase audio volume.

While the software is not up to scratch, it's good to see them making the effort to address the main concens.

What changes would you like to see? let us know in the comments below, and to see the new changes from Space and how to get them, check out our Legion Space update video



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