New Nintendo’s New 3DS console, the New 3D XL, has just been announced, but it also has a new split ticket problem.
The New 3d XL comes with a 1TB hard drive and the standard 3D graphics and video output.
However, the 2TB hard drives on the console are currently limited to a single 4K/30fps output.
We asked Nintendo for a statement and they responded:The hard drive limitation on the 2 TB hard drive is the result of a bug.
We’re working to address this bug in a future update to the console.
The 3DS system has a separate, non-gameplay memory for storing the data on the hard drive.
This memory is separate from the game and is accessed by the 3DS hardware in an external hard drive connected to the 3D hardware.
Nintendo says it is investigating the issue.
The problem is not a major issue for players, and it doesn’t impact gameplay at all.
However it does impact the system’s performance and stability, and we’re working with Nintendo to resolve this issue.
In our testing, we found the game performance to be generally good, though the framerate dropped significantly when playing games in the 3ds XL’s 1TB HDD mode.
This is especially problematic for games that use dynamic resolution scaling.
The 2TB HDD limitation is a problem for some 3DS players, but for the majority of gamers, it shouldn’t be a problem.
We have tested both the 1TB and 2TB drive versions and found them to be compatible.