Panic Button “bummed” gamers focus on framerate, resolution

Panic Button bummed gamers focus framerate resolution

The developer behind the upcoming port of DOOM for Nintendo Switch is “bummed” that gamers focus on a title’s framerate and resolution.

“This might sound defensive, but I’m bummed some gamers focus on framerate or resolution, and don’t focus on, ‘Is it fun?’ or ‘Does gameplay feel good?'” Panic Button’s Studio GM and Director of Development, Adam Creighton, remarked.

“I know we’re working hard to bring quality games to the hardware for which we develop. To make them enjoyable on the TV. To make them enjoyable on the go,” Creighton continued.

DOOM on Nintendo Switch reportedly runs at 720p and 30 frames-per-second. I’ve already written about how that’s not a big deal here.

Creighton added that his team is working hard, “not cutting corners, and we’re not leaving anything on the table.”

DOOM releases for Nintendo Switch on November 10, 2017.

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