Earlier this year, fans of Minecraft noticed the game, on Nintendo Switch, didn’t upscale from 720p to 1080p when docked. It is a feature many have come to expect from most Switch games. Microsoft responded, saying the issue is with the Minecraft software itself, rather than a power issue from Nintendo’s hybrid console/handheld platform.
An update launched for Minecraft on June 25 for the Nintendo Switch. It addresses a whole laundry list of issues, along with adding a few new bits of content as well. Included in this patch is a fix that does enable 1080p resolution when the Nintendo Switch is in TV Mode.
With the patch also comes Canyon (a free Glide track), the Biome Settlers 2 Skin pack, Terracotta and Glazed Terracotta layers in Tumble, improved performance to Solo Glide and an update to the Totem of Undying adding Fire Resistance II. It's a really big deal. Anyone with the Switch version of Minecraft should download this update as soon as possible.
Source: VG 24/7