2021-06-13

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SWITCH version Star Wars: Republic Commando has gained performance improvements, however, before the ideal is far

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ASPYR MEDIA Publisher in the Technical Support section on its official website reported the output of the promised patch for the Switch version of the Star Wars tactical shooter: Republic Commando.

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Recall, shortly after launching on Nintendo Switch, it turned out that Star Wars: Republic Commando has serious performance problems: in particular “hot” moments the game gives about 15-20 frames / s.

The cherished update promised to release in early May, but in fact the team managed only by the end of the month. Anyway, a patch 1.0.2 with performance improvements for the SWITCH version of Star Wars: Republic Commando is already available for download.

Разработчики также исправили ошибки, из-за которых игра не отображала подсказки или не реагировала на нажатие кнопок JoyCon

Developers also corrected errors because of which the game did not display the prompts or did not react to pressing the JOYCON buttons

To enhance the personnel frequency, the team had to be optimized as the game is controlled with sound to highlight additional system resources on the efficiency of the project.

«This step gave an additional positive result: the performance was improved not only in areas where the frame rate was low or felt as such, but throughout the game, “they reported to Aspyr Media.

The Contranetwork portal in a new technical analysis on his YouTube Channel showed an improvement in the performance of the game performance after the patch, but noticed that problems with sampling frequency remain.

Star Wars: Republic Commando reached Nintendo Switch and PS4 in April of this year. For reissue, the game was adjusted by permission, warmed off control, and also added support for the trophy system (PS4).

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