On the occasion of the start of the open beta of Dragon Ball FighterZ on Nintendo Switch, we get some comparative videos of this version with the other existing, although the version of the Nintendo console is not yet the final.
In the following video made by Direct-Feed Games you can see face to face the Nintendo Switch version with that of Xbox One:
As we see, the game has moved very well to the Nintendo console, although at times it can be seen that the level of detail is not exactly the same or that the resolution drops at some point. However, we did not observe differences in the rate of images per second, which is constantly maintained at 60fps, which is very important for the usual flow of combats.
From another YouTube channel comes a video that compares the game between its use in portable mode and with the console connected to the TV, so we can see how it performs in the two modes of use of the game in the Nintendo console:
Since for now, it is only an open beta for online modes, the gaming experiences and the performance perceived by each user may vary depending on external elements, such as the quality of the connection at any time or the status of the users. servers during this testing phase.
Bandai Namco plans to conduct a second round of testing in September before the game finally reaches the stores.