With “Pokemon Tekken DX” Nintendo recently announced a remastered version of “Pokémon Tekken”. In a recent performance analysis, the switch version is the direct comparison with the Wii U-original.
A few weeks ago, Nintendo announced another reissue for the still quite young system switch. The talk is of “Pokemon Tekken DX”.
Here we are dealing with a technically revised version of “Pokémon Tekken”, which will also feature new content that was not on board on Wii U at the time. These include, among other things, the five new Pokémon, which over the past months have been the arcade template of “Pokémon Tekken”.
At this year’s E3, Nintendo presented “Pokémon Tekken DX” in a playable version. The colleagues from Digital Foundry took up the switch implementation and felt the technical implementation on the tooth. The technical improvements of “Pokémon Tekken DX” include, among other things, the fact that the title on Switch with 60 pictures the second is represented.
On Wii U it was still 30FPS. Whether the online component of “Pokémon Tekken DX” is shown in 60FPS, however, remains to be seen. In addition, the resolution was increased on Switch. Were it on Wii U still 960 x 720 pixels, the switch implementation provides a representation in 1,280 x 720 or native 720p.
In addition, support for the 16/9 format is on board.