Legion Space v126.96.36.199 for the Legion Go released
Hey fellow Legion fans! I'm excited to share my thoughts on the recent Legion Space update, version 188.8.131.52 (or 184.108.40.206 depending on where you are)
Finally, Lenovo has given us an update that brings some significant changes to our beloved Legion Space, and I couldn't wait to dive into what's new.
The first thing that caught my eye as soon as I launched Legion Space after the update was the revamped color scheme. It breathed fresh life into the interface, making it feel more modern and inviting. But looks are just the tip of the iceberg; the real magic lies in the improved performance. The responsiveness was instantly noticeable, making navigating through Legion Space a breeze. I'm all for an interface that doesn't keep me waiting.
One feature that I really appreciated is the new "automatic boot into Legion Space" option. Now, you have control over whether you want to boot directly into Legion Space or not. This is a game-changer for those moments when you're in a hurry and don't want to wait for the Legion Space startup. It shaves off precious seconds from your gaming sessions.
But that's not all! Lenovo has listened to the community and removed the boot animation. If you've used Legion Space before, you know that the intro video could sometimes feel like it lasted forever. Now, it's gone, making the startup process faster and less frustrating.
3 taps for the Quick menu is gone, now its just one tap and instant access to all your performance and battery settings etc.
The update also shook things up with recent games menu access. Previously, you could pull up the recent games menu from the right-hand side. That's no longer the case. To access it now, you need to press the menu button located at the bottom left of the Legion Space interface. It might take some getting used to, but it's a minor adjustment for the overall improvements.
However, there's a bit of a hiccup when it comes to the in-game quick menu. It doesn't pause the game when you access it directly, which can be a bit annoying. To work around this, you can open Legion Space, which does pause the game, and then use the quick menu to make adjustments without disrupting your gameplay. Alternatively, just make sure you're in a safe spot in the game before diving into the quick menu.
In conclusion, the Legion Space Update 1.2.2 has brought some significant changes that have improved my overall experience. From the snazzy color scheme to faster performance, better control over boot options, and slightly tweaked quick menu access, Lenovo seems committed to enhancing the usability of Legion Space. While there are still a few kinks to work out, it's clear that they're moving in the right direction. Have you tried the latest update? Share your thoughts with the Legion community, and let's look forward to even more improvements in the future. Happy gaming, everyone!