“Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” is definitely one of the next highlights, with which Nintendo’s newly released platform will be considered in the coming weeks.
Here we are dealing with a revised version of the previously Wii U-exclusive fun racer “Mario Kart 8”, which will be available for switch on April 28th. On board are among other things all the contents, the Wii U-version at that time brought with him. Added to this, all downloaded download content as well as fresh content in the form of new drivers like the Inklingen or King Buu Huu.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: Nintendo reveals resolution and Framerate
But what does “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” have to offer technically? In the end, a Nintendo staff member made sure that the TV version of the Fun Racer flickers across the screen at the native 1080p resolution at the PAX East last weekend and conjures up buttery 60 frames per second on the screen.
The 60FPS are also retained in Splitscreen mode for two players. If you play three or four in Splitscreen mode, the Framerate halves to 30 frames per second. For the technical implementation of the handheld mode, the Nintendo staff unfortunately could not elicit any details or details.
However, these are likely to follow in the coming weeks.