Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package Update 1.5.0 Adds Dynamic Resolution And Aim Assist
Deep Silver and Deep Silver Fishlabs have released a new update for Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package on Nintendo Switch, which sees the open world action-adventure game on version 1.5.0.
This has introduced a dynamic resolution option “to ensure smooth performance by reducing resolution when necessary.” That will see the game range between 720p to 480p when played in Handheld mode, and 1080p to 720p when docked in TV mode.
There is another addition in Aim Assist, as well as graphical, control and menu bug fixes, with the promise that the team are continuing to investigate sound issues and exploring Gyro Aiming as an input method.
Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package Update Version 1.5.0 Patch Notes
Dynamic resolution has been added to ensure smooth performance by reducing resolution when necessary – as standard in handheld mode, players can expect between 720p and 480p, and in docked mode 1080p and 720p. This feature can be disabled by players if they wish.
Aim assist has also been added to enhance player experience.
Auto rotation: if the crosshair is close enough to an enemy in hipfire mode, it will snap on to the enemy upon aiming down sight (Button: ZL)
Slow down: when the player is aiming down sight and the cross hair is moving across an enemy, the camera will slow down to assist the player in staying on target.
This feature can be disabled in the “options” menu at any time if players wish.
Removed transparent artefacts on screen.
Fixed diagonal analogue stick directional issues.
Increased the highest controller sensitivity, players can now choose a sensitivity from 0 to 100.
Increased aim acceleration.
Made controls more responsive.
Fixed issue where menus would stop responding, forcing the player to restart the game.
In addition to the fixes outlined above, we want to assure players that there are some fixes still in development, and we will have more news on those soon.
Fixing sound/music issues when player moves their weapons.
We are looking to add Gyro Aiming features using the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controllers.