Kirby: Star Allies is out for Nintendo Switch in the next few months, and GameXplain has published a video with some details on the game’s frame rate. Gameplay and cutscenes seem to run at a steady 30 frames-per-second, whereas in-game menus run at 60 frames-per-second.
Ultimately, I don’t make much of this. Kirby: Star Allies isn’t a title that would be substantially improved with a frame rate increase, so I’m not worried about the game running slow or seeming choppy.
What do you think of this news? Are you disappointed with the game running at 30 fps? Comment below, let us know.
Head on over to GameXplain’s video for the full breakdown.
Kirby Star Allies releases for Switch on March 16.