Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Damage is among the shipment of the Monster Hunter video game collection. The video game was established and also released by Cap com for the Nintendo Switch console. It is the sequel to Monster Hunter Stories and also was launched in July 2021.
The news is released: the next Cap com Monster Hunter Rise, at least in the form of a demonstration, will work a total of 756P in anchored and 540p mode in portable or table mode. We are not really surprised — the Nintendo Switch is not a technical power, after all — but we are a little disappointed. So much of the monster chaser is wrapped in an immersive world and exciting creatures, so that low quality graphics could interrupt the engagement of the players. Again, it seems that everyone takes indices of the independent domain these days, and the independent games do not depend on sophisticated graphics to attract people, then maybe augment the elegant presentation of will be sufficient to maintain the things together, even with connectivity issues.
At least, the demo also works with a solid 30 fps, even during the most difficult parts of the game. If you want to be really precise, the game is returned to a resolution of 1344 × 756 with the rendering of the user interface to 1920 × 1080, which slides down to 960 × 540 and 1280 × 720 in portable mode. Not a total decisive factor, but certainly no surprising. That said, it does not prevent these admin trailers from appearing magnificent, then maybe these limitations will be lifted before launch. Or maybe it was the price we had to pay to go up to Wyvern, in which case it was a well-paid price. Everyone loves to ride wyverns. This mechanic almost compensates for the giant dragon-asticot and without eyes that someone felt the need to add. Why do you do that, Cap com? We are waiting for that of dark stalkers, not a monster chaser.
Monster Hunter Rise should go out on March 26, 2021, for the Nintendo Switch.
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