Digital Foundry technical experts were satisfied with The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Simultaneously with reviews, the technical analysis of Digital Foundry The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, the new masterpiece for Nintendo Switch, which also seems to squeeze the maximum of a slightly outdated hardware of the console.

One of the features that attracts the greatest attention is the resolution that shows a certain evolution in the operation of the machine.

When connecting the console in the docking station to the TV, the native resolution is 900p, but thanks to the use of the spatial AMD FSR1 AMD FSR1, it reaches 1080p, thanks to automatic apskayling. However, it should be noted that the resolution is not fixed, but takes a tendency to reduce when moving the camera to about 720p, and then increases again after stopping the frame.

In portable mode, the maximum resolution is 720p, and the game also looks very good, especially on the Nintendo Switch OLED screen. The frequency of personnel, which was quite critical during the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, now looks much more stable at a level of 30 frames per second, especially after the last update released before launching.

Prior to this, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom had a tendency to demonstrate uncertainty at some stages of the game, especially in the most graphically rich moments, but it seems that they were largely fixed thanks to the updates. Nevertheless, the performance is still not 100 percent stable, and it seems that there are certain situations where the frame rate can fall.

"I think it will rightly say that Nintendo has collected an impressively clean and full game that looks better than I expected", – John Lynneman from Digital Foundry said, – "In fact, except for problems with productivity to the patch, the impressions of Tears of the Kingdom were extremely positive. I have not met any mistakes or unexpected behavior, despite the complexity of the simulation, and everything looked carefully worked out".

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom comes out tomorrow all over the world for Switch. But two more weeks before the launch, it leaked to the network and became available for emulation on the PC, after which Nintendo took steps to block emulators.