Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury: first details on framerate and resolution

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury: first details on framerate and resolution
A few weeks after its launch, Nintendo has given the international press the opportunity to try Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, a re-edition of the platform released on Wii U, which for the occasion will return to the market with an additional and totally new adventure.

In addition to numerous test reports, the first technical details have also appeared online. Eurogamer, first of all, explains that the remastering of the base game, Super Mario 3D World, runs at 60fps in both docked and mobile configuration. On the other hand, the framerate of the additional adventure is different: Bowser's Fury presents a framerate of 60fps only in home mode, while in the portable configuration it does not exceed 30fps. The new content, we recall, has been specially developed, and in all probability runs on a more recent version of the graphics engine which, consequently, could be heavier to manage.

Regarding resolution, GameReactor reports First of all, Super Mario 3D World runs at 720p on the go and 1080p in docked. Speaking of Bowser's Fury, however, he only mentions the 720p resolution, without specifying whether it is valid in both modes, or only in one of the two. Recap:

Super Mario 3D World

1080p 60fps (docked) 720p 60fps (portable)

Bowser's Fury

720p 60fps (docked, to be confirmed) 720p 30fps (portable ) Waiting for a more in-depth technical analysis, we remind you that Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury will be launched on February 12 exclusively for Nintendo Switch. While you're at it, check out our preview of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury.