This is actually a reversal of the situation found during open world traversal, where a docked Switch has a clearly stutters in a much more pronounced way in certain areas - presumably when new terrain data is being streamed in.
In other words, they can each lock to 20fps - but Switch consistently does it in one spot, while Wii U's problems are in other areas.
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The impact of this is far more profound than the smoother performance the handheld version offers up, based on our tests to date.
Playing this title anywhere at any time is an irresistible prospect, allowing users to more tightly integrate gaming sessions into busy lifestyles.
Each version drops frames in similar circumstances but in different places.
It'll be fascinating to see if differences do turn up as we progress further into the game, but these initial tests confirm that Wii U only loses out to Switch in terms of the raw pixel count - visual differences are at a minimum, and the game's visual make-up is virtually identical regardless of the system you choose to play it on.
In a new update to the Wii’s system software, Nintendo is once again tackling piracy head on.If you still need further help, need something changed regarding your account, or would like to contact us directly, please contact us with the details.The listed DNS servers will block various Nintendo URLs that the Wii U communicates with.This will work, however it requires that a computer always be on.If your router has the option to block certain URLs from passing through, that's a way better way of keeping your Wii U safe and connected.As we're implementing new technology for our systems, these platforms are not be able to support these changes.Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.Performance requires further testing, but again, there's little to choose between Wii U and a docked Switch based on what we've played thus far.Switch's ability to decouple from your HDTV, to play wherever you want, is by far and away the most tangible difference between the two versions.CPU limitations are the obvious culprit here (with So C bandwidth contention perhaps explaining why the undocked Switch mode runs more smoothly) but what's clear is that further testing will be required to figure out whether GPU stress points show any further differentiation between the two consoles - Kakariko Village will be our first port of call, along with a more stringent tests of alpha effects.However, in the here and now at least, based on these first tests, there is indeed a general parity in the experience between the docked Switch and the Wii U experiences - and it is a shame that in both cases, Zelda cannot run at a locked 30fps.