Zelda Breath Of The Wild New Video Compares Docked And Undocked Modes; Performance Is Smoother In Undocked Mode

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Mar 3, 2017
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The Legend of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is now finally available in all regions on Switch and Wii U, and fans of the series can finally experience what seems to be one of the finest entries in the series. The game is also one of the most important titles of the Switch launch line-up and, as such, many are wondering how does it run on the console’s different modes.

A few hours ago, Digital Foundry took an in-depth look at how Zelda Breath Of The Wild runs on Switch in both docked and undocked mode, highlighting most of the differences. As some have noted in the past few days, Zelda Breath Of The Wild suffers from some weird frame rate drops while playing the game in docked mode, with performance being much smoother while playing in undocked mode.

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In our own review of The Legend of Zelda Breath Of The Wild, we have noted how the game is probably one of the best entries in the series, also setting a new bar for open world gaming with its huge amounts of possibilities.

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Minor technical problems aside, this is one of gaming’s greatest and most storied series returning with something we’ve never seen before. Breaking all the conventions of the series, and even a few general gaming conventions, Breath of the Wild is essential for any self-respecting gamer. A new bar has been set in open world gaming.

The Legend of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is now available in all regions on Switch and Wii U.

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