Fortnite developer Epic Video games has confirmed that it disabled video seize on Nintendo Swap to enhance efficiency and stability. The characteristic was eliminated with Fortnite v5.40.2 for Swap. In a thread on the Nintendo Swap subreddit, Epic stated it could take a look at bringing it again as an elective characteristic sooner or later. This was probably the repair Epic talked about final week.
Right here’s the total assertion:
Hey of us,
You might have seen we've disabled the Video Seize characteristic on Nintendo Swap as of the v5.40.2 shopper replace. This was accomplished for efficiency and stability causes as we've been seeing a excessive price of Out of Reminiscence associated crashes. Disabling this characteristic saves a major quantity of RAM whereas additionally having a constructive impact on general efficiency throughout the board.
We've since added a line about this within the Patch Notes and we're contemplating the potential of making this characteristic elective sooner or later for gamers who don't thoughts taking a success on their efficiency.
In the meantime for different platforms, Fortnite v5.40 launched sub-region matchmaking for South-East Asia, including a brand new information centre in Singapore on Monday.
On cell, Fortnite for Android lately handed 15 million installs, alongside including help for extra units from producers akin to HTC, Motorola, Sony, and Important.
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