In the months leading up to the E3 2021, Xbox had multiple streams and press conferences in which a Nintendo Switch was featured within the camera shot, often on a bookshelf or display case. This prompted many to wonder and even speculate if a collaboration between Xbox and Nintendo was in the works and what this might look like. Sadly, E3 passed without any featured announcements between the two gaming giants. Nevertheless, we think it’s an exciting possibility and worth imagining.
Last year, Nintendo announced that cloud gaming would be available on Switch, with Control: Ultimate Edition as the featured game modeling the hardware’s capabilities within this format. When players opened the free demo, they were able to choose between “Enhanced Graphics” (30 fps, ray tracing on) and “Enhanced Performance” (60 fps, ray tracing off). While the overall performance of cloud gaming on Switch is just OK, it provides players…
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