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Overwatch To Run At 30 FPS On Nintendo Switch Just Confirmed

Overwatch To Run At 30 FPS On Nintendo Switch Just Confirmed

Monday, September 9, 2019

/ by Theo Mason

  • Overwatch To Run At 30 FPS On Nintendo Switch Just Confirmed
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As we all know Overwatch was finally confirmed for Nintendo Switch last week. The game is set to launch on the switch next month worldwide. The question is? Hows is the game going to run on switch? Some folks suggest 15FPS, while some suggest 30FPS and is not that pretty good.
Speaking with Eurogamer, Overwatch producer Wes Yanagi confirmed that the game will run at 30 FPS in both docked and undocked mode. Resolution, on the other hand, will be different between the two modes.
  • So really what we wanted to do when we started this whole thing was to really deliver on that authentic Overwatch experience. Our goal was making sure it could run smoothly and look the way that we’re happy with. So, it runs at 30fps, docked at 900p and un-docked at 720p, and it runs really smoothly. I think when you play it, and you get your hands on it, you just go, yeah I’m playing Overwatch.

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Overwatch running at 30 FPS was somewhat expected, considering cuts have to be made to get the game running on the console, but it’s disappointing, considering the high-speed experience of the game requires a smooth frame rate. But in some thoughts the game runs 60FPS on PS4 and Xbox One, running at 30FPS, we indeed expects that, though is going to be a little frustration in the future while implementation of cross-platform play.
Overwatch Legendary Edition puts the definitive version of Blizzard Entertainment’s acclaimed team shooter in Nintendo Switch owners’ hands, complete with the latest content and gameplay updates. Players will select from a roster of 31 vibrant heroes as they face off in a variety of casual and competitive multiplayer modes and battle over map objectives in 28 different locations around the earth (and on the moon). Nintendo Switch gamers also have the option to take control of their heroes in a new way using the console’s built-in gyroscopic motion controls, which let players tilt their console to line up the perfect shot as McCree, pilot D.Va through the air, or quickly turn to deflect incoming projectiles as Genji.
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