Skyrim: Anniversary Switch players seem to be experiencing performance issues
Earlier this week, Switch received The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition. Surprisingly, eventually there is this particular version of the game on the nintendo hybrid system it seems a little players are facing performance issues.
A number of Skyrim: Anniversary Switch users are reporting frame rate issues, including stuttering and frame rate drops. Others are supposedly crashing more regularly now, with many mentioning how they played the game’s survival mode. Here’s a look at one of the videos that’s blowing up on the Nintendo Switch subreddit right now:
This affects players who have installed the anniversary content, as the base game is still “smooth as silk” according to some users. Some suggestions are to try a fresh install if these performance issues persist. Issues like this can often be resolved or at least improved through a series of patches, so hopefully Bethesda takes note.
The Skyrim Anniversary Edition includes the base game, expansions (Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn), and a host of Club Creation content such as quests, dungeons, bosses, weapons, and spells. There is also fishing.
If we hear any other developments, we will let you know.