Fortnite has officially landed on Nintendo Switch, finally allowing owners of the console to join in with the battle royale phenomenon that has taken over the world recently. How does the game run on the console, though? Let's find out.
The video above, shared by the folks at VG Tech, examines the game's frame rate in several different areas in docked mode. This mode uses a dynamic resolution, with the lowest native resolution found being approximately 1093x615 and the highest being 1600x900 (or 900p).
The frame rate is always displayed in the top left corner of the video, and as you can see, it sticks to 30fps for the majority of the time. A few frames seem to drop every now and then, especially when a lot of action is happening on screen, with the worst offender appearing to be the moment where everyone is jumping down to the battlefield below. It's not amazing by any means, but it certainly gets the job done for the most part.
If you're interested, we also recently reported on a video that shows the Switch version of the game running side-by-side with the PS4 version. The differences were pleasingly minimal across the board.
Have you been playing Fortnite on your Switch? How have you found the game's performance? Let us know how you've been getting on in the comments below.