Earlier this week, Nintendo Hyrule Warriors: The Age of Disaster -Everyone can try it before buying.
Some go even further by putting the performance of the game under a microscope. And if the demo goes through, the frame rate will appear to go up and down like a yo-yo. VGTech-Same YouTube channel I ran a performance test To Pikmin 3 Deluxe I’ve also seen pre-release demos. Jump between 20-30fps as shown below.
In terms of resolution, VGTech provides a complete breakdown of both docking and portable modes.
Docking mode uses dynamic resolution. The highest resolution is 1440×810 and the lowest resolution is about 1013×570. The pixel count of 1440×810 is common in docking mode. In docking mode, the UI renders 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, 960×540 pixels are common. In portable mode, the UI renders 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.
Please note that this demo may not necessarily represent the final release that will be released later this month on November 20th. How did you find your performance in the Age of Calamity so far? Please tell me below.
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