Borderlands Collection On Nintendo Switch Will Run At 1080p, 30FPS
As with most graphically-demanding ports that make their way onto the Nintendo Switch, news that a Borderlands Legendary Collection would be making its way to the Big N’s portable console had a lot of folks wondering exactly how the port would perform. After all, the Nintendo Switch tend to be either hit or miss with its more intensive ports. Thankfully, the Borderlands Collection seems like it’ll hold up just fine, as it has been revealed by developer Turn Me Up Games that it will be running at a smooth 1080p with 30FPS.
The Borderlands Collection developer recently took to its website to detail the team’s goals when working on the Nintendo Switch port. “Gearbox’s iconic, comedic, Looter-Shooters are back and gorgeous as ever on Nintendo Switch! We worked tireless with 2K and Gearbox to bring these ravenously requested classics to Switch in full 1080p, at 30 FPS and with no downgrading of art assets. On top of that, we included all the trimmings of the GOTY releases — and newly developed motion controls specifically built for this incredible collection.”
So, what can fans expect from the content within the Borderlands Collection? Here’s the breakdown courtesy of the reveal trailer:
“The Legendary Collection marks the first time that any of these Borderlands games have been released for a Nintendo system. All three games support cooperative play for up to four players online or two split-screen on Nintendo Switch, and regardless of whether you’re in docked or handheld mode you have the option to play with new motion controls that let you line up your headshots by tilting your Joy-Con™ or Pro Controller.”
The Borderlands Collection is slated to release on Nintendo Switch on May 29.
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