Wouldn't it run at 30 fps though? When the game is in MP for 3-4 players, it technically runs at 60, but only the UI displays that, and each screen on the top/bottom runs on alternate frames, making for an effective 30 fps for each player.
yeah, this is not a 5k projection in any way shape form or fashion...
You're using a 1920x1080 display; it's a 1080i/p image. Whether or not it's your intent, you're being dishonest by calling it "5k."
People are arguing with you because you're trying to argue that "no, no, it's much better" when, in reality, the difference you're getting from oversampling is virtually undetectable at the distance one would play on a display of that size.
Want to prove them wrong? Take a high-resolution picture of a close-up shot of the screen in the two different modes and post them.
Wow I hope that screen is actually 150” so not everything on the title is a blatant lie.
This is funniest thread for today.
Poster has no idea about the technology s/he is using.
Reddit explains simply but poster continues to spout totally technically inaccurate rubbish to the tune of hundreds if not thousands of comments explaining it very simply.
How was the frame rate increased for split screen?
Your ceilings are suspiciously low to the ground for a supposed owner of a 5K projector.
Is it actually 5120 × 2880 or "5k" the marketing term?
Looks great regardless.
To the people playing 4 Players on the switch screen itself: save yourself the trouble and play on a normal TV.
Good call making that door open that way.
Also that TV seems big for that room, it seems extremely unnecessary
Totally clueless here...just looking for some insight. What is the game being played on, a computer? Or is all this conversion and stuff happening on the Switch or whatever
58 FPS? That's not playable sorry.
At least the door handle doesn't slam into the screen.