Nintendo Switch Update: Finally! 1080p Games All The Way!
Nintendo Switch has been noted as a hybrid gaming device that takes a home console to-go. Apparently, home players may reportedly get graphics rendering from the Nintendo Switch at 1080p. On the other hand, the portable Nintendo Switch is believed to max out at 720p.
Nintendo Switch May Only Be Weaker Than The Sony PS4
It should be noted that both the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One may have the upperhand when it comes to CPU muscle. Apparently, the Nintendo Switch may not turn out as powerful as it was advertised. On that note, it has been revealed that the maximum GPU clock speed of the Nintendo Switch may max out at 768MHz when in home console mode, according to report.
Although the Nintendo Switch may come as a portable version, the graphics performance may allegedly go down by more than 50 percent or 307.2MHz. Furthermore, game developers supporting the Nintendo Switch may reportedly be required to configure game titles for optimal playing experience on the console's GPU setting.
In the meantime, both Square Enix and EA have already expressed interest in releasing games for the Nintendo Switch. Apparently, "Zelda", "Mario" and "Pokemon" are slated to launch on the hybrid console in 2017. Moreover, the Nintendo Switch may also begin at no more than $300.
Nintendo Switch Doubles Up On Power When Docked
In other news, the Nintendo Switch is said to be more powerful than the Wii U. Leaked reports have also revealed two graphic processor specs for the final Nintendo Switch hardware. On that note, the Nintendo switch may come with an undocked portable with the NVIDIA Tegra GPU and double power for the TV-based profile, Engadget reported.
Nintendo Switch is further believed to push around 400 gigaflops on the FP32 when docked. Nintendo is yet to make a device that will get it back to reign as the most powerful game console. Apparently, it has been a decade since the company has outperformed its competitors. Learn more about the Nintendo Switch here:
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