Video: Technical Analysis of Metro Dread on Digital Foundry Switch.
Metro Dread. The switch has finally landed this week, and now digital foundry experts have shared their technical analysis of Samos’ new adventure.
So, how does it survive? In docked mode, the game delivers 1600×900 resolution, and in portable mode, it’s seemingly just as great – running at “native 720p” – maybe a new OLED display.
In terms of game performance, the target frame rate is 60fps, although some slowdowns are sometimes associated with “background streaming”. And cutscenes are limited to 30fps.
In addition, a notable addition to MetroDread is the addition of a remarkable 5.1 surround sound.
“With the Metroid Dread, the Mercury Steam not only displays the house sound ‘properly’ on the system, it’s also a master class for sound design and layout in general, giving us one of the most powerful oral experiences of the year. Is one. “
The Digital Foundry signed, saying it was simply the “best game” Mercury Steam has ever worked on – breathing new life into the series.
If you want to know more about Metro Dread, be sure to check out our own Nintendo Life game, we gave it 10 out of 10 stars.