Naruto Shippuden Trilogy Runs At 540p/30 In Portable, 900p/30 In Docked On Nintendo Switch

Naruto Shippuden Trilogy has been confirmed for the Nintendo Switch in Japan. It is set to launch on April 26th and will retail for the price of 6800 Yen. The game hasn’t been confirmed for a release date in the West. This trilogy features the first 3 Naruto Shippuden games that were originally released for the PS3 and Xbox 360. There are no enhancements included that were part of the PS4 and Xbox One re-release last year, however the game does include all of the post-launch DLC for the trilogy.

In term of the technical specification, Bandai Namco has confirmed that it will run at 900p in Docked Mode at 30 FPS. The portable resolution will be smaller at 540p and runs at the same frame rate as Docked Mode. The game supports both the portable mode and the table top mode, which means players can play local multiplayer through the table top mode with two Joy-Con controllers.

Naruto Shippuden Trilogy was running at 720p on the PS3 and Xbox 360 so while this is technically an upgrade for the platform, the portable resolution is lower than last generation. Bandai Namco has also confirmed that some of the cutscenes and videos render at 720p mode and will be upscaled to 900p/1080p on the Nintendo Switch.

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