Last week, Luigi’s Mansion 3 launched on Switch. Digital Foundry has now published a new video examining the game from a technical perspective.
Here are the main points:
– Almost all objects can be interacted with
– More use of physics on Switch
– Animation work running in real time
– Use of dynamic shadows
– Anti-aliasing in view
– Use of screen-based reflections
– 1080p docked during gameplay
– Seems to use dynamic resolution during cutscenes
– Portable mode: 720p
– Lower texture filtering, shadow quality, ambient occlusion quality in portable mode
– Two modes are still pretty similar
– Runs at 30 frames per second
– Some frame pacing issues and minor deviations in frame rate in rare instances
View Digital Foundry’s full analysis below.