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PS4 Pro (left), Nintendo Switch (right)
Next week comes the arrival of Crash Bandicoot 4: the time has come on the switch. In the run-up to this exciting third-party release, YouTuber Cycu1 put together an “early graphics comparison” video in 1080p that compares the cut scenes in the Nintendo version with the PlayStation 4 Pro version.
At a glance, it’s honestly hard to tell which is which, but admittedly there are a number of differences. When this game launches on March 12th, Nintendo fans will be able to experience the game at 720p in handheld mode and 1080p in the dock – at 30 FPS in both modes.
Here’s what Toys for Bob creative producer Lou Studdert had to say when asked during a chat with our sister site Push Square about the hardest part of getting the game working on Switch:
“I mean, it’s the same challenge as honestly bringing it to any console. There is just so much content in the game. There are so many levels, there are so many different ways to play, there are all these different things to make sure it works. ” It’s a huge endeavor for our engineers, our artists, and our QA team to make sure it’s a seamless transition and that it works just as well as it does on the consoles we originally started with. “
How does the Nintendo Switch version compare to the PS4 Pro version? Leave a comment below.