In a much-awaited news, Hulu TV supports 60 FPS on all major platforms including Nintendo Switch, iOS Devices, Samsung TV, PS4, Xbox One and Apple TV. It was announced on their subreddit earlier today that the streaming service, Hulu, would now be broadcasting a number of channels at 60 FPS on the Nintendo Switch as well as some other devices. Nintendo Switch received the Hulu app November last year and ever since people have been looking forward to a 60 FPS support. According to their Subreddit, “This was one of the most-requested features by our viewers”.
The Hulu app for Nintendo Switch can be downloaded from their Eshop. You can enjoy both their traditional on-demand subscription as well as their Hulu with Live TV plan and watch live and on-demand programming from more than 50 of the top news, sports and entertainment channels including all five of the major U.S. broadcast networks, ESPN, Fox Sports, CNN, FX, Bravo, TNT, A&E and more.
The 60 FPS feature launched recently by Hulu is one that has been anticipated by its users for a long time. The news has received a very welcoming response, however, according to Hulu, “Due to the dependencies required to enable 60fps, we’ll be rolling it out in phases to get you these higher-quality streams as quickly as possible”. This means that the 60 FPS support will be rolled out in multiple phases for a seamless transition.
Other than the Nintendo Switch, Hulu TV supports 60 FPS on Xbox One. This is good news for those who use their consoles not just for gaming but also streaming shows.
Hulu TV supports 60 FPS Playback on following Networks:
In the first phase following channels will receive the 60 FPS support according to Hulu:
- CNN International
- Cartoon Network
- Adult Swim
- All SHOWTIME channels
- About half of our available FOX affiliates
- All of our available NBC affiliates, as well as New England Channel News
Hulu TV 60 FPS Video Playback Supported Devices:
- Apple TV
- Xbox One
- Fire TV
- Samsung Tizen TV
- Nintendo Switch
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