Dragon Ball Z Kakarot confirms resolution and FPS on Nintendo Switch

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Bandai Namco has confirmed new details about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set for Nintendo Switch, the port of the original CyberConnect2 video game originally released in early 2020 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. After having been able to see an extended gameplay of the adaptation, available this September 24, it is time to know technical details that many users were wondering, such as the resolution of the game and its objective of frame rate during the games.

The information, shared by Bandai Namco Japan itself – image attached below – breaks down the performance of this Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot in its version for Nintendo Switch. The configuration is in the second way, both in laptop mode and in desktop mode:

  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot en TV mode: resolution 1600x900p Y 30 FPS
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot en portable mode: resolution 1120x630p Y 30 FPS

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot comes to Nintendo Switch on September 24, 2021

In this way, the doubt as to whether the game was going to reach 30 FPS or not is dispelled. Apparently it will. In the same way, it is confirmed that users who prefer to enjoy the adventure of Goku and company in portable mode – the main attraction or differentiating aspect of this version – will not reach HD resolution. Once it is put on sale we can check whether or not it is dynamic resolution.

For the rest, it is confirmed that we will be able to play with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and something we already knew is reaffirmed: the game arrives with the first additional content package, A New Power Awakens Set, which brings the first two DLC episodes published for the title (“THE AWAKENING OF A NEW POWER – Part 1” and “THE AWAKENING OF A NEW POWER – Part 2”), based on the films of The Battle of the Gods and The Resurrection of Freeza. The content that will not be included is the recently released Trunks DLC, Trunks the Warrior of Hope.

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Players of Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED (starting October 8) will be able to get Dragon Ball Z Kakarot for Nintendo Switch in physical or digital format on September 24, 2021.

Source | Bandai Namco


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