Bayonetta 3 is finally among us after a very long wait of 5 years since it was announced. the new adventure hack & slash from PlatinumGames exclusively for Nintendo Switch takes the charismatic witch on a spectacular journey throughout the Multiverse where great battles and peak moments are not lacking.
A spectacular game that has a hard time reaching 60 fps
While you enjoy its action a lot, Digital Foundry wanted to take the opportunity to carry out a technical analysis of the game to check how it behaves graphically. According to John Linneman, a specialist in said medium, desktop resolution is 810pwhich is an improvement over the 720p Switch version of Bayonetta 2. The problem here would be in handheld mode, which now boasts a resolution of less than 480p compared to the 720p of the second installment.
As far as its performance is concerned, the title has a target frame rate of 60 fps, with the sole exception of the most spectacular video sequences and set pieces, which are limited to 30 fps. Yes, it stands out that the game has problems reaching the figure of 60 fpsso it doesn’t always manage to keep them, something that happens even in empty scenarios and without enemies and that is aggravated when we fight, with really notorious performance drops.
The New Adventure of the Witch of Umbra
If you want to know more about Bayonetta 3we recommend that you take a look at the analysis that we dedicate to it in Vandalwhere we tell you what it is “a very complete game that when it focuses on pure and hard action gives us absolutely incredible moments thanks to a novel, accessible, fun and very deep combat system and a staging that carries the show by the flag to leave us totally stunned with its choreography and the scale of the conflicts in which we will find ourselves submerged”.