The Nintendo Switch is completing its lifecycle, but still has a number of major games in the pipeline. One of the recent announcements that has many very excited people is a remake of the beloved GameCube classic, Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. From what we saw on its reveal trailer at the recent Direct, it seems to be taking promising shape so far, though there is a caveat on the technical front that many might find disappointing.
If a technical study of the trailer made by Nintendo World Report found that the sequel Mario: The Thousand-Year Doorsremake seemed to be running at 30, and the original version of the gameCube version was running at 60. As you can see, there is one particular section that runs at 60 FPS, yet now a speed of 30 FPS is expected.
As far as the game has come, a way of doing it, however, the hope is that its technical parameters are not fully cemented, but by the sheer extent that the game was filmed well, it seems like it will fail to get ready in time for the game.
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Dooris is set to launch the Nintendo Switch in 2024.