Epic Games has released a Fortnite performance patch for Nintendo Switch that improves the resolution and framerate. The designer has updated the renderer to extract more from the GPU.
The game ought to have a more steady framerate with fewer snags, as per Epic. The patch will update the resolution from 1000×560 to 1170×660 in handheld mode and 1390×780 to 1560×880 when the console’s docked. As indicated by the organization, “that’s a 38 percent increase in pixels in handheld mode.” Fortnite will still use dynamic resolution when important to keep the framerate reliable, however that ought to happen less oftentimes than previously.
In contrast to those on different platforms, Switch players will not have the option to look for a triumph royale with the help of 4K clarity — in any event not until the rumored Switch Pro shows up. All things considered, the redesign should put them at somewhat to a lesser degree a disadvantage against cross-platform rivals.
Epic has likewise decreased the amount of storage space that the game takes up on Switch by around 140MB. While that is not a monstrous decrease given Fortnite’s overall file size of 11.2GB, it frees up some room for trick shot clips.