The folk at Digital Foundry have uploaded their tech analysis of Burnout Paradise Remastered. It gives us a more in-depth insight into how it runs on Nintendo Switch.
- The Nintendo Switch version sits between the PS3/360 original and PS4/Xbox One
- 900p native resolution when docked, though with some variations in quality across the image 720p in portable mode
- Changes were made to the game’s decompression algorithm to get it properly running on Nintendo Switch
- Similar geometry and draw distances to the PS4 version
- Texture work scaled back on Nintendo Switch, so lower quality than PS4/Xbox One, but better than PS3/360
- Shadow quality running at a lower preset on Switch Ambient occlusion less effective/absent on Nintendo Switch Mostly runs at 60 frames per second
About Burnout Paradise Remastered
The multi-million selling Burnout™ franchise races onto Nintendo Switch for the first time ever.
Make action your middle name as you rule the open streets of Paradise City, in Burnout™ Paradise Remastered. Test the limits of skill and endurance as you push the boundaries of speed itself. Hurtle through hectic downtown avenues to wild mountain roads. Smash through traffic, wreck your opponents, and use the open city to find shortcuts. Leave your friends in the dust and define your route to victory – or crash out in spectacular and devastating effect.
Packed with 8 pieces of extra content, with 130+ vehicles, new areas to explore such as Big Surf Island, and hundreds of online challenges, embrace high-octane stunts and wanton destruction in one of the greatest arcade racers. Fully optimized for the Nintendo Switch in 60 FPS, including pinch-and-pull map control for ease of navigation. Burnout Paradise Remastered is the ultimate driving playground to play with friends or on-the-go.