Is Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection on Steam Deck?

Yes, the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection is available and playable on the Steam Deck, which was confirmed by Valve. Read to get more details about the game.

by T Santhosh

Updated Mar 29, 2024

Is Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection on Steam Deck?

Is Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection on Steam Deck?

Yes, the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection can be played on the Steam Deck, which has been verified by Valve. With a validated announcement from Valve, the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection is on Steam. According to Valve, the reason for this update is that the game displays Steam Deck controller icons, all functionality is accessible with the default controller settings, the in-game text is fully readable, and the default graphics work well on PC gaming as well.

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The Star Wars team stated that "Steam users will enjoy Steam Deck support" when announcing the upcoming collection, and it proves that Steam Deck support is important. The Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection requires a substantial 50GB of install space.

It's a lot for just two fully remastered classic games, so make sure your deck has enough capacity before deleting any more games. By using one of the top microSD cards for the Steam Deck, you have enough storage space for the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection and any other Steam Deck games.

Where Can We Play the Game?

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection is compatible with Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam. It also comes with the DLC for Xbox Live. To play Battlefront Classic Collection with the best graphics experience, then the Steam Deck OLED is a good option. Ultimately, the Steam Deck is more powerful than Nintendo's Switch, and its OLED screen offers a higher resolution of 90 Hz compared to the Switch.

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection Update I

For Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection, Update I on Steam is currently accessible. So check below for the new updates to the game.


  • [BF2] Fixed a crash related to client message sends.
  • [BF2] Fixed the launch prompt to be present after timing out or selecting cancel while joining a server.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed password-locked games to no longer appear via the Quick Match option.

Control Schemes

  • [BF1] Fixed a crash when entering the split screen menu in BF1 where Player 1 would incorrectly be assigned to Player 2.
  • [BF2] Fixed a crash that would occur when attempting to build fleets while using Mouse and Keyboard in Galactic Conquest on BF2.
  • [BF2] Fixed bonuses to be able to be highlighted in the Bonus Selection screen in Galactic Conquest.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed Invert Y-Axis option to be visible.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed the options for Flip X-Axis and Swap LS and RS to be unhidden
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed split screen games to be able to be started when only one controller is connected.


  • [BF1] Fixed an issue where the 'L' button prompt would overlap the top arrow on the Instant Action menu.
  • [BF1] Fixed an issue in multiplayer mode where AI units would slide when not in direct sight of a human player.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where the zoom-in scope crosshair image would not appropriately fit widescreen displays.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where hit VFX and hit character animations could not be seen by clients in Hero Assault mode. (long range).
  • [BF2] Fixed textures on Utapau map.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue on the Kamino map in BF2 where the lights and bloom VFX within were not displaying properly.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue on the Endor: Bunker map in BF2 where a tree was clipping up through the middle of a walkway.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where a seam in the skybox was visible on some maps in Battlefront 2.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue on the Naboo map in BF2 where the railing texture was missing.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue on Space maps in BF2 where a small white cube was present at the base of all openable doors on Republic, CIS, and Rebel capital ships.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue on the Galactic Conquest screen in BF2 where a player’s name and their credit count would be overlapped by bonus boxes on the Bonus tab.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where the ESC menu would stay on the screen if it was opened at the end of a match.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue in Galactic Conquest where the hilt from the lightsaber icon would not show the Leader bonus.
  • [BF2] Fixed units sliding after respawn on XL maps.
  • [BF2] Fixed the jetpack gauge to correctly align.
  • [BF2][Split screen] Fixed the ammo counter reticle to fit inside the aiming reticle.
  • [BF1][BF2] The colorblind mode selection screen no longer overlaps with the text at the bottom of the screen.
  • Fixed the Quit and Register Your Game buttons to align correctly.

Hero Assault

  • Re-Balanced Asajj Ventress' abilities
  • Fixed Kit Fisto lightsaber to animate.
  • Fixed Kit Fisto's Force power to no longer remain stuck to the client in multiplayer.


  • [BF1][Audio] Fixed the Battlefront 1 loading screen sounds.
  • [BF2] Fixed a crash that occurred when an audio output device was disconnected.
  • [BF2] Fixed the music to play on several maps in the Hero Assault mode.
  • [BF2] Fixed blaster SFX for certain Hero characters' weapons to play at the correct volume.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an issue where the audio outputs would reverse.

Other Notable Bug Fixes

  • [BF1] Fixed the soft locks upon finishing the game at the Victory screen.
  • [BF1] Fixed a bridge in Bespin: Cloud City to allow a Droideka to roll on it.
  • [BF2] Fixed Naboo Area 3’s respawn blocker.
  • [BF2] Fixed collision issues affecting multiple maps.
  • [BF2] Fixed the Assault gamemode to be present in the Mode section of the Pick Search Options menu.
  • [BF2] Fixed the reinforcements to correctly deduct 1 reinforcement when the Republic or Rebels die on Death Star.
  • [BF2] Fixed the Map and Mode settings reset button.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed the "Load Fail" error that occurred when loading a profile.

Game Features

The main features of the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection are as follows

Hero Assault 

  • For the first time ever, Hero Assault is playable on every ground map, including Death Star, Kashyyyk, Kamino, and Naboo.
  • Battle with heroes like Yoda, Mace Windu, Luke Skywalker, and many more.
  • Combat devils such as Darth Maul, General Grievous, Darth Vader, and many more


  • Massive multiplayer action featuring Droidekas, Jet Troopers, and Wookiee Warriors 
  • AT-STs, AT-RTs, speeder bikes, and more in both offensive and defensive combat
  • Space and air dogfights featuring TIE fighters

Campaign Mode & Galactic Conquest

  • Create your strategy, assemble your troops, and carry out your tactical plan to conquer the galaxy.
  • Witness legendary combat from Star Wars Episodes I–V in the Star Wars Battlefront Campaign.
  • Take part in the ascent of Darth Vader's elite 501st Legion of Stormtroopers in the Star Wars Battlefront II Campaign.

System Requirements


Minimum Specification


Intel Core i3-3220

Operating System (OS)

Windows 8

System Architecture





2GB GTX 750


Version 12


50 GB available space


As a part of the Star Wars universe, the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection was released on March 14, 2024. It offers online support, which lets you engage in intense multiplayer battles with up to 64 players, which is the main feature of the game. The important additions are new characters and maps, an enhanced Hero Assault mode, and a Galactic Conquest mode.  

Even though everything is well designed, there are some drawbacks. According to Steam users, the game only had three 64-player servers, which is insufficient to accommodate the nearly 9,000 players who were using Steam alone. Despite this, the game mode "Heroes versus Villains" had issues, like players being unable to join the Heroes side and thus having no opponents.

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