Shin Megami Tensei V has just been released for Nintendo Switch. With 86 points on Open Criticism it ranks among the best JRPG publications of the year. But many reviews also unanimously criticize technical shortcomings.
Texture pop-ins and fluctuating frame rates are issues that shouldn’t exist on stronger hardware. AN data miner has now discovered that the game’s code hides the reference to target platforms, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PCs.
It can mean all or nothing.
In any case, currently only the Switch is self-evident so far. It wouldn’t be the first third-party title to make its way to other platforms via the initially Switch exclusive release. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes as well as Daemon X Machina or Monster Hunter Rise are some other examples.
Similar Atlus releases like Persona 5 Strikers or Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster have been released for different platforms. Shin Megami Tensei V has been available for Nintendo Switch since November 12.
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