It seems the adventure action The Wonderful 101: Remastered doesn’t work well on the Nintendo Switch. The Digital Foundry department published a test of the game, in which it provided information about its performance on various platforms.
According to Digital Foundry, The Wonderful 101: Remastered works worst on the Nintendo Switch (the game will also be released on PC and PlayStation 4). This version plays at 1080p in dock mode, but the frequency floats between 30 and 40 frames / s. Performance in portable mode is slightly better, but the game in it works at 720p.
The version for the PlayStation 4 is many times better. On the base model of The Wonderful 101: Remastered works at a frequency close to 60 frames / s; on Pro, the game almost always holds 60 frames / s. The PC version of the project supports 4K resolution and an ultra-wide format but suffers from frame pacing (the frame output speed differs from the standard one) because it works at a frequency of 59 frames / s instead of 60 frames / s.
However, fans have already fixed the voiced problem in the PC version of The Wonderful 101: Remastered, as they previously encountered it in a number of projects. A fan has released a fix that disables frame rate limiting and prevents the game from starting in windowed mode when pressing Escape.
The Wonderful 101: Remastered goes on sale on May 19th.