Kill la Kill -IF- (Switch): Software updates (latest: Ver. 1.20)

On this page, you will find all there is to know about the Software updates for Kill la Kill -IF- on Nintendo Switch (originally released on July 25th 2019 in Japan, and July 26th 2019 in Europe and North America).

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Kill la Kill -IF- – Ver. 1.20

  • Release date: December 19th 2019 (North America, Europe, Japan)
  • Patch notes:

■New Contents
– Added new playable character, “Mako Mankanshoku”
*Playable in all versus modes and Gallery mode.

■Balance changes
– Adjusted the actions of each charactears.
– Fixed a bug where displayed damage values weren’t added for some moves.

■Character balance changes details:
■Universal Balance changes
– Fixed a bug where SP gauge spenders could sometimes be used even when the SP gauge was not quite full enough.
– Fixed a bug where in training mode, enemies hit by certain attacks would go through damage animations after their position was reset.
– Fixed camera issues in training mode and tutorial mode.

■Ryuko Matoi (Single-blade)
– Long-range dash
– Long-range ground attack
– Ground break
– Air break
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Satsuki Kiryuin (Single-blade)
– Long-range ground attack
– Long-range air
– Ground break
– Ground break attack
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Long-range ground attack
→Added 25 to the limit value when the limit value was 200 or less with Ketsui Lv1 or higher. In addition,
attacks other than mash cancels can now be chained under the circumstances above.
– Close-range ground 1 vert
→Adjusted the timing for long-range cancels.
– Close-range air attack
→Adjusted Ketsui Lv 1 and higher movement and close-range attack collision detection.
– Close-range special
→Fixed a bug where characters would move toward the center of the stage before the last attack after hit animations.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Ira Gamagoor
– Close-range special (Whip throw finish)
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, an attack would not change the limit value.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Uzu Sanageyama
– Action camera
→Adjusted camera behavior when Sanageyama is close to the screen.
– Break attack
→Fixed a bug where pursuit dash inputs were not registered during guard breaks and counter hits.
– Close-range air 1
→The cancel route into a break was changed into a dash break.
→Fixed the cancel route during counter hits so that it is the same as during normal hits.

■Nonon Jakuzure
– Concussion shot
→Changed the timing so that when equipped, the shot fires at the start the action when performing a pursuit dash.
→Added horizontal tracking when the equipped shot is fired.
– Ground break
– Long-range special
– Long-range super
– Special break
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Houka Inumuta
– Close-range ground cloak 2
– Close-range ground cloak 3
– Close-range air cloak
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Long-range ground cloak 1
– Long-range ground cloak 2
– Long-range air cloak
→Fixed a bug where bunshin attacks would not activate when the target blocks the cube.
→Fixed an animation but with bunshin attacks.
– Air cloak break
→Adjusted behavior for close-range air attacks after pursuit hits.
– Special break
– Super break
→Damage is now displayed along with hit count during demo animations.

■Ragyo Kiryuin
– Special break
– Super break
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Nui Harime
– Close-range air 2
– Dash break
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.

■Ryuko Matoi (Dual-wield)
– Close-range ground form 2
– Long-range ground form 1
– Long-range ground form 1
– Long-range air form
– Long-range special 2
– Long-range special 3
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.

■Satsuki Kiryuin (Dual-wield)
– Air break
– Long-range special
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– Air step cancel
→Fixed a bug where an update to increase attack power by 50% was not implemented correctly.
– Time up defeat
→Character size adjusted.

■Nudist Beach D.T.R
– Close-range ground 2 horiz
– Close-range air 2
→Fixed a bug where if the target’s limit value was 0, further attacks would not change the limit value.
– All long-range attacks
→Additional damage from accumulated sticky shots now increases the combo count.
→The amount of accumulated sticky shots to deal additional damage adds up each time.
However, at Ketsui Lv1 or higher, this count is reset.
→The amount of sticky shot hits are counted separately for Ketsui Lv0 and Ketsui Lv1 and higher.
– Close-range super
→Accumulated sticky shot hits are now reset after the animation is complete

  • List of changes:
  • adds Mako Mankanshoku

Kill la Kill -IF- – Ver. 1.10

  • Release date: November 7th 2019 (North America) / November 8th 2019 (Europe, Japan)
  • Patch notes:

No patch notes available yet.

  • List of changes:
  • provides various game balance fixes (Ver. 1.03)
  • adds Ultimate Double Naked DTR (Ver. 1.10)
  • Additional notes: this patch includes both Ver. 1.0.3 and 1.10.
  • Source: Arc System Works

Kill la Kill -IF- – Ver. 1.0.2

  • Release date: September 1st (North America) / September 2nd 2019 (Europe, Japan)
  • Patch notes:

Bug fixes

  • Fixes to the voice library
  • Fixed Story Mode’s score calculating system
  • Fixed issues concerning the double K.O. in Versus Mode

Additions

  • Added a notification upon matching with an opponent in the Ranked Match lobby

Adjustments

  • Character actions have been adjusted
  • Additional notes: check out this PDF for the complete patch notes for this update!
  • Source: Arc System Works

How to download updates for Kill la Kill -IF- for the Nintendo Switch?

To download the updates for Kill la Kill -IF-, you have three options:

  • let the console do its thing if you have automatic downloads activated, and didn’t completely turn it off

If not…

  • 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;

OR

  • 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.


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