Not lengthy after Nintendo added Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards to the Swap On-line N64 service just a few weeks in the past, a game-breaking bug was found, stopping gamers from progressing underneath a sure situation.
Nintendo publically addressed this final week – revealing an replace could be launched to resolve the issue (Kirby being surprised in underwater ranges) whereas apologising to gamers for the inconvenience. Now, it is formally launched this replace – bumping the Swap On-line N64 app from Model 2.3.0 to Model 2.3.1.
Dataminer and Twitter person OatmealDome has shared some particulars about this newest model, as Nintendo doesn’t sometimes present patch notes for apps like this one:
[NSO – Nintendo 64] Model 2.3.1 is out with the bug repair for Kirby 64. That’s about it. Technical particulars! The bug might have originated in N’s AOT recompiler for MIPS -> aarch64, because the solely information up to date had been the AOT .nro and .pcb. Apparently, switchbrew says the NRO isn’t used, however these had been the one information modified (not even the emulator essential executable).
Nintendo has beforehand launched numerous fixes for the Swap On-line N64 app – slowly however steadily bettering the general expertise. Alongside the Kirby 64 recreation replace not too long ago, there have been some minor changes to video games like Star Fox 64, Dr. Mario 64 and Mario Golf.
It is also made some severe enhancements to video games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – restoring the fog, which was initially lacking from the Swap On-line emulation.
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