Since Nintendo wants to give the users a quality gaming experience, it has announced the availability of patch 2.2.0 for download. However, it was also noted that after downloading the said update, a series of offline connection will follow.
New Patch For Nintendo Switch Now Available
Nintendo is not revealing what are the exact changes users can see once they download the latest patch for Nintendo Switch. According to GameSpot, the developer wants to bring stability improvements for a better gaming experience, as the patch's main objective.
After the update, however, players will experience a series of offline services again. The first one will happen on April 19 and the next one will be on April 20, as per Express. Users of Wii U and 3DS will experience no connections also.
Others have speculated that the reason why Nintendo is scheduling offline connection for Switch is for the preparation of the Online Service to be launched in fall. However, the developer is not yet addressing whether the speculations are true.
Another Remake Is Now Part Of Nintendo Switch
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap is now included in the games for Nintendo Switch. According to BGR, SEGA's game earned good reviews when it was released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It means that users of the latest console will not be disappointed to grab their own copy.
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap will allow them to fight monsters and to find a solution to undo the curse of him turning into different animals. In addition, every time players defeat a boss, a new form is unlocked that could help them during the latter part. Even if the said game is just 2D, it is fun and extremely exciting.
The said update is very timely since Nintendo is said to be planning to add more games for Nintendo Switch. Hopefully, the patch 2.2.0 will not disappoint the users.