Marvel The Great Alliance 3 is available starting today and we have talked about it extensively in our timely review of the exclusive Nintendo Switch.
Thanks to Digital Foundry, however, we can take a closer look at the technical sector of the game, which aims to test Nintendo’s hardware.
As reported by the English label, the title produced by Team Ninja presents a variable resolution as often happens in the titles for Switch.
However, this does not prevent the frame rate from offering significant drops below 25fps, as well as presenting problems in the management of frame pacing, or the time lapse between one frame and another.
Find the complete analysis in the video below, with many other details in this regard. How about then, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 has passed the test of your judgment?