On this page, you will find all there is to know about the Software updates for A Robot Named Fight on Nintendo Switch (originally released on April 26th 2018 in Europe and North America)!
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A Robot Named Fight – Ver. 126.96.36.199
- Release date: December 16th 2019 (North America) / December 17th 2019 (Europe)
- Patch notes:
- Fixed multiple issues that would cause projectiles to twist on the z axis causing them to draw skewed.
- Added space to “Bounce Bolt” in menus
- Fixed bug that prevent explosions from damaging destructible blocks
- Many enemies that didn’t drop pickups drop pickups now
- Fixed issue with boss backgrounds not fading out after boss is defeated
- Tall Walkers Spawn pick ups when killed now
- Confusion Effect now cause music to slow down rather than reverse to fix issues with streaming audio.
- Fixed issue with traversal paths that would allow user to circumvent locks or on rare occasions generate unsolvable maps
- Fixed issue where phaserang wouldn’t appear after explosive bolt or rocket launcher
- And Many More! (I didn’t do a great job of issue tracking this time)New Area! Crystal Mines
- 2 New Bosses
- 8 New Enemies
- 80 New Rooms
- New Music
- New Secret Achievement To UnlockNew Bosses
- Skin Deviler
- Corrupted MinerNew Enemies
- Bioplasma Flesh Cherub
- Pipe Spitter
- Wandering Slimer
- Baby Latcher
- Gross Pillar
- Shelled Eye Chomper
- Flame SpewerNew Items
- HTS Chip
- Crystal Shell
- Hazard Shell
- Scrap Booster
- Health Booster
- Hellfire Cannon
- Hive Bolt
- Orphiel’s Altar
- Burst Pauldrons
- Energy BootsBalance Changes
- Joystick controls made closer to d-pad controls.
- Deadlock Boots stop the effect of ice.
- Bursts from Bright Shell and Heat Shell scale with damage stat.
- Chomp Frogs only spawn 2 enemies at a time.Other
- Gravitator Behavior tweaked (Ooze Hart Form 2, Flesh Cherubs, Beast Guts Eyes)
- Improved AI for Molemen
- Molotov Moleman now targets player
- More details in Buried City
- Sine Fish no longer appear in the Buried City (many have been replaced with molemen)
- Options to add AI molemen to Deathmatch
- Attack Delay now formatted as “.NN” as opposed to “N.N” if it is less that 1
- Additional notes: none
- Source: Hitcents (Steam)
How to download updates for A Robot Named Fight for the Nintendo Switch?
To download the updates for A Robot Named Fight, you have three options:
- let the console do its thing if you have automatic downloads activated, and didn’t completely turn it off
- try to launch the game from the Home Menu while being connected to the internet. You should get a prompt when doing so: simply follow the instructions on screen;
- select the game > press either + or – to go to the Options page > select Software update > select Via the Internet.
To check that you have the latest version installed, simply select the game on the Home Menu, and press – or + to go to the Options: the version number is displayed just below the game title.