Pokemon Crimson fans complain about performance
Pokémon Crimson and Crimson are there, but don’t run particularly well on the Nintendo Switch. The web is full of comments from disappointed fans. The frame rate in particular causes problems, but also many pop-ins and other bugs.
Pokémon Crimson & Crimson are experiencing technical difficulties
That’s what it’s about: It keeps coming up in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson Framerate drops. This means that the image is not displayed smoothly and it sometimes very jerky.
As some fans complain, that’s coming not just in busy areas like cities before, but even in the very first room of the game. There is actually not much going on in it, the display should not cause such problems for the switch itself.
In addition, it is also very common for elements of the sparse game world of “Pokémon Crimson and Crimson” to pop up and be reloaded very late. These so-called pop ins don’t make a good impression and are remarkable, especially in such an empty world.
This is also reflected in the international test ratings for Pokémon Crimson and Crimson noticeable. On Metacritic and Co, the latest part with a significantly worse average rating than usual punished. Everywhere the testers complain about the technical problems.
This could help against performance problems in the new Pokémon
Possibly Memory leak: The technical difficulties in “Pokémon Crimson and Crimson” could possibly be the so-called memory leak phenomenon. That would mean it maybe a patch soon could exist that solves the problem.
At the same time, it could also mean that you do something about it yourself can. Some Pokémon trainers report that the errors and bugs, but above all the frame rate, can be fixed at least in the short term.
You can try this: Start your Pokémon Crimson or Crimson game simply new. This could clear the occupied memory and make it available again.
Apparently it should also work when you enter the city, because it has its own separate map. Entering from Mesalona City should have the same effect as a reset.
Are you also struggling with performance issues in Pokémon Crimson and Crimson? Does a reset do anything for you? Tell us in the comments.