Fire Emblem Warriors Will Let Players Sacrifice Resolution For Higher Frames Per Second

By Casey . August 29, 2017 . 8:30am

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When Fire Emblem Warriors comes out later this year, it will give players a unique option not seen yet on the Nintendo Switch. Revealed in this month’s issue of Nintendo Dream, players will be able to sacrifice some resolution to play at a higher FPS. [Thanks, NintendoEverything.]

 

The game’s director, Hiroya Usuda, noted that, while Fire Emblem Warriors was created with the intention of being played at a 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second, there is another option to play at 60 FPS. However, this requires you to lower the resolution to 720p. It’s worth mentioning that, as stated above, this is only applicable to the Switch version, and that the New Nintendo 3DS version will run at 30 FPS.

 

Additionally, it was also revealed during the Nintendo Dream article that players will be able to switch between Classic and Casual Mode while playing, and that doing so will revive lost characters. However, changing from Casual to Classic Mode is not possible in the game.

 

Fire Emblem Warriors will release for the New Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS on September 28th in Japan and on October 20th in North America and Europe.


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