Jump Force is heading to Nintendo Switch this year as Jump Force Deluxe Edition. Jump Force Deluxe Edition includes the base game and the first set of characters added as DLC. More DLC is coming to the Switch version and the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions in a new season pass this year. According to Digital Foundry, Jump Force runs at a native 4K on Xbox One X and 1080p on PS4 Pro, PS4, and Xbox One S. All consoles target 30fps. When the Nintendo Switch version of Jump Force was announced, many people wondered how it would run considering it doesn’t run perfectly even on more powerful systems. Bandai Namco Entertainment’s Japanese website for Jump Force details the performance targets Jump Force is aiming for on Nintendo Switch.

Jump Force Nintendo Switch resolution

On Nintendo Switch, Jump Force will target up to 1080p when played docked under a TV and 720p when played portable. The company specifies that this will change depending on what is happening on screen.

Jump Force Nintendo Switch frame rate

Jump Force will target up to 30fps on Nintendo Switch. It is worth noting that while the website says 30fps for Xbox One, it drops often on Xbox One X for me. It is going to be interesting to see how much the frame rate fluctuates on Nintendo Switch both docked and handheld.

Jump Force local wireless support on Nintendo Switch

On Nintendo Switch, Jump Force supports up to 6 players offline and supports local wireless between two consoles going by the website.

Jump Force is now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Jump Force Deluxe Edition releases this year on Nintendo Switch.

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SOURCEBandai Namco Entertainment
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