Those technology enthusiasts over at Digital Foundry have had a new game to test this week and that’s Rayman Legends Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, they haven’t come away as impressed as they should be with something titled Definitive Edition. Read on for the following excerpts from NeoGAF member Toadthemushroom:
- 1080p on Switch like other console releases.
- New content includes tournament mode for Kung Foot and all previously exclusive characters from other systems in one place
- Load screens generally the longest of any platform with the game to date (both via SD card and internal memory) – load times were even 50% faster on Wii U off disc on average. John suspects this is due to the need for decompression as the Switch version only weighs 2.9GB (versus 6.7GB on Wii U and 9GB on PS4).
- Framerate mostly a rock-solid 60fps.
- Asymmetric multiplayer with Murphy now missing – no option to link two Switch systems either where Switch 1 had four players, and Switch 2 had player five as Murphy.