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Resident Evil: Revelations

Resident Evil: Revelations 1+2 resolution / frame-rate on Switch

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The Nintendo Switch lineup for November is full of old third-party games remade for the hybrid console, including the likes of Doom, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, L.A. Noire, Rocket League, Batman: The Telltale Series, and Resident Evil: Revelations 1+2. In regards to Capcom's horror, both of the games are coming to the eShop on November 28 (with a retail release in the US).

Capcom revealed last summer that both games will have full Joy-Con support, including new HD rumble functions and movement controls, but thanks to Inside Games (via Nintendo Everything), we also now have some info regarding the visual aspect of these games.

Both entries are based on the PS4/Xbox One versions, and Resident Evil: Revelations runs at 1080p when docked and 720p portable, always at 60 frames-per-second, the Japanese magazine learned at TGS 2017. For the sequel, the game also runs at 1080p/720p resolution, but they can't guarantee the same 60 FPS ratio. Inside Games also says in the article that the graphics are close to the PS4.

Resident Evil: Revelations 1+2 includes the original games plus all the DLC. Is this going to be a game you'll get for your travels?

Resident Evil: Revelations

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"Although Resident Evil: Revelations was developed with a portable format in mind, it is still the best game in Capcom's horror series since part 4."

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REVIEW. Written by Gillen McAllister

"It no longer feels experimental stop-gap between high-profile releases, more significant prologue to November's release."

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