Details regarding the remastered trilogy’s performance across different platforms have emerged.
Crash Bandiccot N.Sane Trilogy released for the PS4 last year, and it was announced some time ago that the remastered trilogy would also be releasing for the PC, Switch, and Xbox One. The game recently released for these platforms on June 29, and now the YouTube channel VGTech has provided some insight regarding the frame rate and performance of the trilogy on the different platforms.
On the Nintendo Switch, the game runs at 720p in docked mode, and only 480p in handheld mode which is quite low, but the game actually performs better in this mode. Although there may be some performance issues and occasional frame-rate drops on the Switch, the game targets running at 30 fps. On the Xbox One, the game runs at 1080p resolution, while on the Xbox One X, the game runs at a native 4K resolution. This is certainly impressive, considering that on the PS4 Pro, the game only runs at 1440p. Furthermore, both the Xbox One and Xbox One X offer HDR support as well.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is now available for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.