For months, information has begun to emerge relating to Nintendo Switch 2, if it will be called that, and this time there is a new series of beginnings from the technological point of view of the new console that talks about the possibility of running titles like Zelda: Breath of the Wild at 4K Resolution and 60 FPS. While the current Switch still sells a lot, it seems that the Big N has already started with the big maneuvers for its successor. Check out all the details below.
Nintendo Switch 2 Can Run Zelda: BOTW at 4K Resolution, 60 FPS – Report
It has been stated several times that Nintendo Switch 2 has already been shown behind closed doors to some partners during Gamescom 2023, so much so that the dev kit is already in the hands of some development teams to start working on it.
New information arrives precisely from the alleged closed-door test, according to reports, which transports the Nintendo Switch 2 into a new technological generation.
The information comes from NateTheHate, an insider who has repeatedly proved reliable by anticipating truthful information, who explained how the new Big N console was able to run The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at 4K and 60fps.
During the aforementioned Gamescom 2023 demo, Nintendo Switch 2 was able to run The Matrix Awakens, the spectacular Unreal Engine 5 demo from some time ago. All of this, moreover, with a ray tracing effect even better than what the Xbox Series X can use and with loading times practically eliminated.
This is because Nintendo Switch 2 is said to be able to support NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 technology, while The Matrix Awakens ran with DLSS 3.1 technology at the time.
It therefore seems that Nintendo intends to take a notable step forward, provided that these stories are confirmed as soon as the Big N delivers us some information on the console.