Hey, Legions! There's an exciting update for the Legion space that I can't wait to share with you. This update is awesome, especially for those of you who have been waiting for Dead Zone fixes and customization options for your controllers.
First up, you'll need to manually download this update. You can download it here. Once you've got that sorted, let's dive into the new features. The update brings back the battery percentage in the command center, a feature many of you had been missing. In the controller settings, there's a new touchpad vibration feature, adding an extra layer of feedback during gameplay.
System quick settings have been enhanced with the addition of the alt + F4 command. Now, closing programs like your browser is a breeze – just hit the button, and it's done.
But here's where it gets really interesting: the controller settings. You can now remap the back buttons to your liking, and there's gyro support too. For those who love to tweak their gaming experience, the new settings allow you to adjust dead zones and joystick sensitivity, giving you more control over your gameplay.
One feature that has got everyone talking is the ability to switch the button layout. Many of you have asked for the ability to remap the Legion go buttons to the start and select buttons, but it seems this feature isn't working just yet. It looks like we're waiting for a new controller firmware update to get this feature up and running.
Lastly, the frame monitor now shows the fan RPM, a small but significant detail that wasn't working before So, that's the lowdown on the latest Legion space update. Lenovo continues to impress with these updates, constantly enhancing the gaming experience.