Modernization [Fri 2nd Dec, 2022 00:55 GMT]: Version 1.1.0 is officially live! To update the title manually, press + on the game’s main menu icon and then select the “Software Update” option.
The original article [Thu 1st Dec, 2022 03:15 GMT]: Pokemon scarlet and violet It has been available on Nintendo Switch for a few weeks now and since the release, there have been a lot of concerns raised about the game’s technical issues. Although Generation IX marked a step in the right direction for the series with its new open-world gameplay, performance issues and bugs made it too difficult for some trainers to enjoy.
Now, in an update, Nintendo has announced a new patch for Scarlet and Violet that will be released on December 1st (aka later today). In addition to the full patch notes via the official support page, he also apologized for the game’s issues and stated how he takes player feedback on board and aims to provide coaches around the world with a “positive experience”.
“We understand that players may experience issues that affect gaming performance. Our goal has always been to give players a positive experience with our games, and we apologize for the inconvenience. We take player feedback very seriously and are working to make improvements to the games.”
For the update (v1.1.0), players can look forward to Season 1 of the game’s ranked battles, a music fix and “other specific bug fixes” which aren’t detailed:
Version 1.1.0 (released Dec 1, 2022)
– The first season of ranked battles will start, allowing you to enjoy ranked battles through the battlefield.
– Please see the in-game notice for more details about Season 1 Ranked Battles.
– Fixed an issue that caused the music to not play correctly during battles with the Elite Four and Top Champion in the Victory Road track.
– Other specific bug fixes have been made.
in our area Pokémon Scarlet and Violet review here on Nintendo LifeWe mentioned how excited we were about the future of the series, but we couldn’t overlook performance issues and wildly inconsistent visuals. Since then, bugs and technical issues have been well documented. You can learn about this in some of our previous stories:
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