Announced in November 2019 and still in development ever since, giving the community some rare little information here and there, overwatch 2 still well and truly employed Nintendo Switch. About a month ago, on 24 May 2021, the technical director of the game was appointed John Lafleur Answered a question from a member of reddithandjob who would have thought that if Nintendo Switch was really going to be able to keep up the pace overwatch 2, as the visual innovations seem to be of quality and potentially very important to a hybrid machine. To which John replied:
Excellent question. as material [ndlr: les consoles nouvelle génération] As progress has been made since the launch of Overwatch, we are expanding the OW2 engine with more premium features. However, we are also working hard to ensure that all our platforms have the best experience in PvE as well. The Switch is a bit more difficult to maneuver than the others, and we’ll have to make some compromises there. Because of this, some high-end visual enhancements may not be visible. We will first make sure that all the features related to the game are integrated and then we will accentuate them as much as possible with additional features.
we players are used to it Nintendo Switch, Less beautiful game play, less rendered than other platforms. But with the recent arrival of Play Station 5 and Xbox Series X|S, it’s likely that all of this will accelerate, even with third-party editors potentially consoled to see Nintendo. What if the answer is “super switch, “Boosted with hormones? Of course we’ll find out in the coming months. Whether or not.”