The Nintendo Switch Online model of The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time seems to have had a problem with the Water Temple’s fog fixed in an replace.
Since the launch of the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, many gamers have been making be aware of the poor emulation high quality of Nintendo 64 video games, with Nintendo steadily including updates that enhance efficiency.
Videos and pictures from Twitter present that the dearth of fog in Ocarina Of Time’s Water Temple on Switch look like fixed. A clip from MondoMega exhibits the improved footage under.
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— MondoMega (@Mondo_Mega) February 25, 2022
The points with the Water Temple are emblematic of the standard issues throughout the Nintendo 64 emulation, though Nintendo has been constantly updating video games to fight this. When the Nintendo 64 video games launched, Ocarina Of Time had transparency points with the Water Temple’s water in addition to having not one of the fog, and now each of these points have been fixed.
Bugs in Paper Mario have additionally been fixed, as one which precipitated the game to crash and erase save information whereas the participant companions with Watt has been resolved, as outlined here.
Last yr Nintendo mentioned it was taking the widespread criticism of its Nintendo 64 emulation high quality “very seriously,” and that it’s “continuing to look at ways to improve the overall performance. For us, it’s about quality and great content at a great value.”
Today (February 25) additionally marks the discharge of The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask on the Nintendo Switch Online service, which was given a launch date and a brand new trailer final week. Majora’s Mask joins additions like Banjo-Kazooie to the subscription service.
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