The Nintendo Switch version of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed might not be the definitive edition of the game, but it's still arguably worth a look if you're a fan of the famous galaxy far, far away. If you did end up purchasing this version of the game, you might be interested to know there's now a new patch available.
Aspyr revealed this information via social media and has now released the full patch notes on its website. The latest patch (Version 1.0.2) doesn't overhaul anything, but it does improve the quality-of-life experience by improving and addressing certain parts of the game. Here are the full details:
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - Version 1.0.2
Below are the May 10th patch notes for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Please make sure to update your game to see these changes:
- Added visuals for motion control tutorial prompts.
- Addressed a crash that could occur while in the TIE Fighter Construction yard when playing in handheld mode.
- Addressed a crash that could occur during the Kleef boss fight.
- Addressed an issue where collectibles stretch if the game is left unpaused for several hours.
In our Nintendo Life review of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed for Nintendo Switch, we said the game had a decent story and great soundtrack, but might not be enough if you're not a big Star Wars fan. If you're interested though, the game has also got a physical release via Limited Run:
Have you tried out the latest patch for The Force Unleashed on Switch? Thoughts so far? Leave a comment down below.