At a glance at the Nintendo Switch friends list, it’s almost certain that most people have tried the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity demo, which was released just a few days ago. If you’ve played it yourself, you may have noticed the frame rate. Look at social. You can also see that you are not the only one who thinks the action can be a bit choppy. The demo isn’t necessarily representative of the final product, but YouTube’s VG Tech recently uploaded a framerate test video of the demo. According to their analysis, the demo runs at about 20-30fps. You can tell if you see the patch for the first day to improve it.
Details on both docking and handheld mode resolutions are as follows:
- The docking mode uses dynamic resolution, with the highest resolution being 1440×810 and the lowest resolution being around 1013×570. In docking mode, 1440 x 810 pixels are common. In docking mode, the UI is rendered at 1920×1080.
- Portable mode uses dynamic resolution, with a maximum resolution of 960×540 and a minimum resolution of approximately 676×380. In portable mode, a pixel count of 960 x 540 is common. In portable mode, the UI is rendered at 1280×720.
- Performance in portable mode is similar to docking mode. Compared to the portable mode, the docking mode has a longer drawing distance and improved LOD.
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