Super Smash Bros UPDATE 1.0.2 patch notes: Nintendo makes HUGE online and offline changes

Daily Express :: Gaming Feed
Super Smash Bros UPDATE 1.0.2 patch notes: Nintendo makes HUGE online and offline changes

Super Smash Bros Ultimate has been given a brand new update on .

According to the full patch notes, update 1.2.0 makes big changes to online and offline gameplay for Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

This includes a much-needed fix for matchmaking issues caused by specific rule searches.

Preferred rules will now be prioritised during Super Smash Bros Ultimate matchmaking.

Nintendo has also altered the difficulty of approaching challengers when playing Smash Bros offline.

The only downside about the new update is that the Nintendo Switch update will wipe your old replays.

Nintendo explains more in an early patch notes post within Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

"Version 1.2.0 will be distributed within the next week," the post reads. "Once you update the software, you won’t be able to watch replays made with previous versions."

Fortunately, there is a workaround if you want to keep your old replays after the new update goes live.

"If you have any replays you want to keep, go to Vault > Replays > Replay Data > Convert to Video," Nintendo explains.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Nintendo Switch patch notes in full...

Version 1.2.0

• You can confirm your current version by checking the upper-right corner of the title screen.

Offline Gameplay

• Adjusted difficulty of approaching challengers.

Online Gameplay

• When matchmaking in Quickplay, the Format setting of your Preferred Rules will be prioritized more. This may cause matchmaking to take more time. Also, there is no guarantee that matchmaking will be done exactly as shown in the set Preferred Rules.

• Increased the stability of the synchronous connection within Battle Arenas.

Misc.

• Game balance adjustments.

• Various gameplay fixes.

• Link, Donkey Kong, Kirby, Luigi, Ice Climbers, Young Link, Olimar, Toon Link, Villager, Greninja, PAC-MAN, Duck Hunt, and Isabelle

Let's block ads! (Why?)

Share on google plus
    Google Comments
    Facebook Comments

0 comments:

Post a Comment