In a very short time, Nintendo Switch users will be able to experience the horror with the arrival of Resident Evil: Revelations Collection to the hybrid console. Being a port of a game that originally came to other consoles, many have wondered if Capcom had to make some sacrifice to develop it, and finally, we can respond.
According to information from Inside Games, both titles of the collection are based on their versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Thus, Resident Evil Revelations will run at 1080p resolution in TV mode, while it will run at 720p when you play in the portable mode; Of course, the game will have a 60 fps in both modes.
It is important to note that the survival horror port will have motion controls that will allow you to aim with the right Joy-Con; simulate the action of reloading the weapon; and attack with a knife. Note that the motion controls are optional and can be turned off from the configuration menu.
On the other hand, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will run at 1080p resolution in TV mode and 720p when the Switch is used as a portable device; however, it is important to note that its demo of Tokyo Game Show 2017 did not run at 60 frames per second.
That said, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will take advantage of the option to share the Joy-Con so you can enjoy its cooperative mode at any time. Also, it is expected to have a “unique” control scheme, but developers have not shared specific details.
In recent news, Capcom explained that they have not released new games on Switch since they have not had the time to do so.
Resident Evil: Revelations Collection will debut on the Nintendo Switch on November 28.
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