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Nintendo Switch Sports to Feature AMD FSR Support – Rumor

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The upcoming Nintendo Switch Sports will feature AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, according to some recent findings.

Twitter user @NWPlayer123 discovered in the Intellectual Property information for the Online Play Test a mention of AMD's upscaling technology. According to well-known dataminer OatmealDome, AMD FSR will be integrated into the game's version of agl, one of Nintendo's graphics rendering libraries that is used for most first-party games. This suggests that AMD FSR could be used in future Nintendo games as well.

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As recent releases like Pokemon Legends Arceus and Shin Megami Tensei V have shown, the Nintendo Switch console is showing all of its technical limitations for open-world and semi-open-world games, so AMD FSR could definitely mitigate some of the issues seen in these games. How AMD technology will be used precisely remains to be seen, but it's undeniable that it will bring some much-needed improvements.

Nintendo Switch Sports launches on Nintendo Switch on April 29th worldwide.

Swing, kick and spike your way to victory with a collection of sports that puts you right into the action! Play together in person or online with family and friends, or challenge friendly competitors near and far in the new iteration of the classic Wii Sports series. Turn your real-world actions into in-game movements using Joy-Con controllers and compete in six sports, including Soccer, Volleyball, Bowling, Tennis, Badminton and Chambara (swordplay). You can even use a Joy-Con with the Leg Strap accessory included in the physical version to kick the ball in a Soccer Shoot-Out! Plus, a seventh sport is planned to be added via a free update this fall – get ready to Golf!

Products mentioned in this post

Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
USD 299
Shin Megami Tensei V
Shin Megami Tensei V
USD 59.99

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