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Dusk Switch frame rate resolution

For its latest technical analysis, Digital Foundry has looked at the Switch version of Dusk, and we have information about the game’s frame rate, resolution, and more. It seems that New Blood Interactive has churned out a pretty impressive port on the whole.

Below are the full roundup of tidbits:

Dusk Switch

The wait for Dusk on Switch is almost over, and the game will be ready in time for Halloween.

Dusk, a first-person shooter inspired by retro games like Doom and Quake, was first announced for the system in 2018. It was previously expected on the system last October, but was later pushed back. Ultimately, the delay has been a year.


The retro-styled first-person shooter Dusk had previously been announced for a Halloween release on Switch. However, that will no longer be happening. New Blood has confirmed that the game is seeing a delay.

Right now Dusk is going through Nintendo’s certification process. Although the title won’t be out this week, the team has made improvements related to performance and loading times as well as implemented new controller schemes and features like the weapon wheel.

Finally, collectors will be happy to hear that a physical release is on the way. Limited Run Games is preparing a standard version and “special ones”.


Dusk will finally be arriving on Switch this Halloween. When it does reach Nintendo’s console, it’ll come with a new Endless level.

New Blood Interactive is taking some inspiration from Super Mario 64 with its stage. You can see what’s in store with the gameplay video below.


Two years after it was announced for Switch, Dusk has been dated for Switch. New Blood Interactive announced today that the retro-styled first-person shooter will launch this Halloween – October 31.

We have the following overview and trailer for Dusk:

Just over a year ago, we heard that Tonight We Riot would be coming to Switch. Thanks to an eShop listing, we now have a release date. The revolutionary crowd-based retro brawler will launch on May 5, according to the store page.

Here’s some information about Tonight We Riot plus a trailer:

Tonight We Riot

Pixel Pushers Union 512 and New Blood Interactive have confirmed that Tonight We Riot will be appearing on Switch. In fact, it’s playable on the system at PAX East 2019 this weekend.

Tonight We Riot has players controlling a horde to liberate a group of workers from tyranny. Find an overview below, along with a trailer and Switch gameplay.

The retro first-person shooter was announced for Switch several months ago, and it’s now finally playable on the system at PAX East 2019. Have a look at some footage recorded at the event below.

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