Skyforge launches on Nintendo Switch today with time-limited cosmetics

    
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The time has finally arrived for Skyforge to venture onto a new console in the form of the Nintendo Switch. The game is live today on the platform, allowing everyone access to the game in semi-portable form as you take on the role of one of the game’s many immortal deities fighting to defend your planet. And yes, that means you can play on the go or docked with your television, whatever works best for you.

Fans are also being encouraged to try out the game with the time-honored tradition of promotional items, with the Cyber Warrior costume, Glowing God Eyes, Wings of Vows, Halo of Vows, and two separate tattoos all available by logging in and playing between now and March 5th. That’s a whole mess of free cosmetic stuff, so if you’re intrigued by the game and vulnerable to the siren song of free stuff, you’ll find this one hard to resist. We’ve got one of our own writers trying the game as well, so look forward to his impressions once he’s had some time to play.

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ForsetiGod

tbh I think they need to implement a diff AA protocol for this version. It’s a lil jaggy, but honestly for me it’s about on par with Dauntless on switch graphically, slightly better char models, so far it’s about what I expected, and pretty smooth for me.

P.S. just in case anyone misses this, there are additional graphics options in the options menu which did make it look a bit better when I enabled the optional stuff.

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laelgon

The gameplay is pretty fun, but performance wise it’s rough. Low framerate, loooong load screens and lots of them, even after the load screens you’re going to be waiting a few minutes for NPCs and stuff to appear, and it looks like it’s running at 480p. Just super blurry and pixelated.

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Hareikan

I just tried it and I didnt expect flawless graphics in handheld mode or anything but uh, I think I get crisper graphics on my 3ds.