When a remaster of the N64 classic Turok 2: Seeds of Evil arrived on the eShop in 2019, multiplayer was nowhere in sight.
At the time of release, developer Nightdive Studios said it was planning on continuing to support and update the title, as it did with all of its releases. It appears to have honored its word - with the developer informing dinosaur hunters a patch for Turok 2 on the Nintendo Switch is out on the 25th of February (so that's at some point today).
While there's no mention of local multiplayer, there will be online multiplayer. Along with this is re-enabled German audio localisation, support for gyro for "some" third-party controllers in handheld mode (e.g. Hori's Splitpad), and added stability.
According to a separate tweet from Nightdive Studios, Switch owners will also be able to enjoy cross-platform multiplayer with PlayStation 4 players.
If you're interested in returning to Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, the game is available from the eShop for $19.99 / £15.79. Will you be trying out the online multiplayer feature? Leave a comment down below.