Simple Pokemon Scarlet and Violet trick makes games run infinitely better | Latest Gaming News 2022
Joe Craven ❘ Published: 2022-11-19T13:39:06 ❘ Updated: 2022-11-19T13:39:18 A simple Pokemon Scarlet and Violet trick makes the Nintendo Switch game run infinitely
better, amid reports of post-launch issues. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have finally dropped and Switch fans across the world are diving into Game Freak’s latest installment in
the immensely popular franchise. The first Pokemon games in the ninth generation and the first to feature fully open worlds, both games have been reviewed positively in spite of
some reported problems with performance on the Nintendo Switch. While some fans are figuring out Scarlet & Violet’s gym order, who Cassiopeia is and much, much more, some
are struggling to get the titles to run smoothly on their devices.Article continues after ad However, a simple trick might hold the key to getting the games to run as smoothly as
possible before Game Freak are able to iron out the problems with a post-launch patch. How to make Pokemon Scarlet and Violet run better on Switch Shared by streamer and
speed-runner Linkus7, the tip revolves around restarting the game frequently whilst playing. Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates on Esports, Gaming and more. While
it may be tedious and slightly frustrating for players, it allows them to bypass issues relating to a “memory leak” that slows the game down over lengthier periods of play.
He said: “Tip for anyone playing Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Restart your game every few hours. The game’s performance is rough in general, but there seems to be a memory leak
which causes the game to slow down more and more the longer you play for, which a full restart seems to fix.” Article continues after ad A creator by the name of @Flokade1 got a
review copy of the game early, and this is the performance after 5 days of not restarting the game. Half of the world's textures started to fail to load, terrible fps, restart
fixed it.Both 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 has this memory leak issue. pic.twitter.com/ZbMNZnN9Bb— Linkus7 (@Linkus7) November 18, 2022 The issues are apparently evidenced by the experiences
of a creator who got a copy of one of the games early, only for textures and graphics to stop loading during longer periods without saving and restarting the game. Linkus
finished: “Both 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 have this memory leak issue.” It’s fair to assume that Game Freak will be dropping post-launch updates to patch the performance problems but,
in the meantime, this simple trick could be the key to keeping Scarlet and Violet running smoothly.