> dustin11 wrote:
>> It will be interesting because I think the Switch has only about 40% the raw power
>> of the base X1 and PS4. If the Switch Pro has 40% the raw power of the X2 and
>> then it will have to be around PS4 Pro levels of power.
> I wouldn't hold your breath for that sort of leap in portable gaming device specifications.
> I'm expecting baseline Switch performance with better power management and possibly
> 1080p60hz tablet. I honestly think the only reason Sony and Microsoft are jumping
> on the hardware with actual decent profiles this generation is because they're trying
> to prematurely antiquate the platform that's given BOTH of them so much trouble in
> retaining more hardware sales. If everyone has to develop for a mid-tier PC profile,
> Switch third party support is gonna get crap on hard, harder than it is now at least.
Oh believe me, I'm not. I just think that a lot of people may get their hopes up that this game will be playing next gen AAA games and I'm a little concerned that they won't be. I would be surprised if the Switch Ultra ends up being any more powerful than the base X1 or PS4. I think we're going to need to wait for the next gen Switch to see Pro level power.