Unless i'm mistaken I don't think there even is a game out for Switch that the frame rate is increased/decreased when docked/undocked, is there? If true, that shouldn't be something EA should be patting themselves on the back for.
The bigger thing is that it's 1080p docked. I wouldn't have thought EA would try. Frame rates really shouldn't change between docked and handheld since the CPU clocks stay the same. It's a rather important feature of the Switch's design. But great job getting to 60.
This is really shaping up to be a legit port. Outside the single player Alex Hunter nonsense not being in the game everything else has sounded absolutely perfect. I can't believe EA is actually doing a good job here.
This deserves to sell a ton of copies and I hope it does.
Hmm, I'm pretty sure they're using 2-3 year old graphics for the scoreboard etc., I hope this doesn't mean they haven't bothered putting in the new Premier League, Bundesliga and La Liga match day licensing.
I was about to ask that. Back cover specs are always misleading. I would personally doubt that from Fifa 14 to Fifa 17 the PS3/360 versions of the game were able to "magically" output at twice the res and at 60 fps. One of the other, not the two of them.
Seems like people have forgotten how rare it was for a game to run at native 1080p on last gen consoles...let alone 1080/60. Most games had a difficult time getting to the full 720p resolution and we ended with many sub HD titles.
Okami HD running in full 1080p was big deal back then lol.