“Sonic Forces” is also known for Nintendo’s Switch. As is now known, owners of the console handheld hybrid will have to deal with technical drawbacks.
At the moment Sega is working on two new “Sonic” adventures. Among them is “Sonic Forces”, which will be released for the Switch.
As a recent Sonic Stadium report, owners of Switch, who are interested in “Sonic Forces,” will have to adapt to Nintendo’s new system with technical drawbacks. As they say, they are particularly noticeable in TV mode, while they are less noticeable in handheld mode.
Sonic Forces: Switch owners have to deal with technical drawbacks
On the one hand it is pointed out that “Sonic Forces” is represented on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 with 60FPS. On the switch, on the other hand, it is only 30 frames per second. In addition, on the Nintendo platform, the character models and graphical effects have been screwed back a bit.
Also details such as the dense grass of the “Green Hill Zone” should not be quite as exuberant on Switch as on the other platforms. Since “Sonic Forces” will not be released until the end of the year, it is conceivable, however, that Sega will once again hand over and further optimize the switch version, as the source concludes.