Metroid Dread is now playable on PC | Easy Online Work

And this is how the game looks in 4k resolution.

Before Metroid Dread hit the Nintendo Switch, it was immediately adopted for PC. So, we have two emulators to choose from: Yuzu, which streams games in actual resolution, seems to do a good job, but Ryujinx, which allows you to play in high definition, works intermittently – users claim that the game lags.

Blogger Gaminja posted a video on his channel, where he alternately launches Metroid Dread Yuzu and Ryujinx on his PC with a 6 gig GTX 1060 video card, an Intel Core i5-8400 processor and 16 GB of DDR4 RAM.

Gamers welcomed Metroid Dread as a direct sequel to 2002’s Metroid Fusion. It’s kind of a return to 2D roots, but with a couple of nice innovations, including a variety of game options and an increased number of save points.

This is not to say that users are hungry for metroids on PC, after all, we already have: Hollow Knight, Axiom Verge and Axiom Verge 2, Ori and the Blind Forest, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, as well as the recently released Grime … But, you see, after playing enough of Metroid Dread on Switch to a pain in the hands, it’s nice to be able to sit at the computer.

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