Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Forgot your password? Get help Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. Featured Pokémon Legends: Arceus Is Looking Less Rough By GamersDXB August 18, 2021 Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Pokémon Legends: Arceus Now Has Better Framerate, Less Rough Pokémon Legends: Arceus’ first trailer. While running around open fields, the character animation seemed to chug a bit, making the whole thing feel a bit like a Matrix simulation slowly coming apart at the seams. I have no idea what the actual frame rate was, but it certainly seemed sub-30 and choppy. And plenty of fans and YouTubers went through the trailer with a fine-toothed comb complaining about how rough the gameplay looked. Pokémon Legends: Arceus’ new trailer. Now, it looks like a lot of these issues have been addressed. The action looks crisper, the frame rate has gone up, and the lighting, detail, and clarity of just about all the environments seem to have improved by a decent amount. The new trailer shows a lot of similar stuff to the original one, like trainers rolling into the tall grass to scope out and catch a new Pokémon. Across the board, these new versions look more fluid and less like they’re taking place underwater. Arceus’s hub village as shown in the first trailer (top) vs. the second one (bottom). Screenshot: The Pokémon Company Games nowadays get optimized the closer they get to development. That’s nothing new. It’s notable in this case, however, as it’s only been six months and because it’s Pokémon. Some fans have a love-hate relationship with the series and have become accustomed to nit-picking every apparent visual flaw in new trailers to use as evidence that developer Game Freak is cutting corners or not being ambitious enough. G/O Media may get a commission In this case at least, many of those complaints seem to have been addressed, whether intentionally or simply over the normal course of game development. I’m sure a few diehard Pokémon fans will find something else to get worked up about, but it’s a promising development for the next iteration of the series coming to Switch in January 2022. Related Five years have passed since the enthusiasm of “NX” became a switch October 25, 2021 Subscribe to Nintendo Life YouTube This week marks... Best Nintendo Switch Horror Games To Play Ahead Of Halloween October 25, 2021 <!-- Best Nintendo Switch Horror Games To Play Ahead Of Halloween... Victrix Gambit Tournament Controller for Xbox Review – The World’s Fastest Controller? October 24, 2021 As the eSports scene has grown, and gaming as a whole... Victrix Gambit Tournament Controller for Xbox Review-The Fastest Controller in the World? October 24, 2021 As the esports scene grows and the game as a whole... Recent articles Five years have passed since the enthusiasm of “NX” became a switch Featured Best Nintendo Switch Horror Games To Play Ahead Of Halloween Featured Victrix Gambit Tournament Controller for Xbox Review – The World’s Fastest Controller? Featured Victrix Gambit Tournament Controller for Xbox Review-The Fastest Controller in the World? Featured Alpha Kappa Delta Phi and eSports to host charity Mario Kart tournament for Breast Cancer Awareness Month Featured Games with Gold November 2021 free Xbox One and Series X games COUNTDOWN | Gaming | Entertainment Featured GamersDXBhttp://gamersdxb.com Leave a reply Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.