Frozenbyte has told Nintendo Life that an update for its Wii U eShop title Trine 2: Director's Cut should be available sometime next week. The update will bring several extra features, such as in-game voice chat and Wii U Pro Controller support, plus some additional language support and visual improvements.
The puzzle-platformer sees you take control of a trio of hapless heroes — a knight, a wizard and a thief — through a beautiful fantasy world. It supports co-operative play for up to three people, online and offline, but currently there's no way to communicate in-game without using a secondary device. Breathe a sigh of relief, for the major upgrade coming with next week's update is voice chat support — you'll be able to tell your friends exactly what you think of them when they push you into pits with boxes.
You'll also be able to use the Wii U Pro Controller, while German players will benefit from new vocal tracks. The visuals and controls will be tweaked, too.
Here's what Frozenbyte had to say:
The update will include support for Wii U Pro Controller, Voice Chat for online multiplayer, some new languages (German vocals for example), improved graphics (more vivid/better black colors), some controller improvements, and some minor things.
Have you delved into the world of Trine 2: Director's Cut yet?