Star Wars Jedi Knight II Jedi Outcast

Last month, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast popped up on the Switch eShop, following a surprise Nintendo Direct announcement. As exciting as it was, if you read our Nintendo Life review, you'll know how it was a little rough around the edges.

Apart from the game not including multiplayer, the lack of inverted controls made this classic completely unplayable for some Star Wars fans. Fortunately, Aspyr Media – the team behind this port – said it was working a fix. The good news is you can now invert the Y-Axis.

Here's the patch information from the company's website:

Update #2: (October 14, 2019) The Nintendo Switch version has received a patch that includes the option to invert the Y-axis.

Have you downloaded this patch yet? Is the game more playable for you now? Tell us below.

[via twitter.com, support.aspyr.com]