Yooka-Laylee's Biggest Issues Should Be Fixed For The Nintendo Switch Version

Yooka-Laylee's fixed camera

Yooka-Laylee's fixed camera

Numerous additions will have to do with Yooka-Laylee's story segments. That's because, according to Playtonic Games, the patch will allow you to "reduce those pesky gibberish voices", ie, make them go faster or potentially skip them altogether. In the days since launch, the dev team has been frogmarched back down into the development mines to uncover our next big game update, which will add significant improvements and introduce some of the most requested features.

The patch will also add a "sprinkling of design polish throughout" and perhaps most importantly, there have been changes to how the camera works.

Yooka-Laylee is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and the day one update included some camera improvements. Skipping dialogue is usually a bad idea on the first play through, but for those who want to experience the game multiple times it's a nice ability.

That's a stellar example of how everything sounds now in Yooka-Laylee, understanding that the dialogue above is skippable but that cutscene dialogue and lots of pop-up dialogue around the world is not.

Playtonic also mentioned that they are working towards the Switch, and that they'll be giving a more detailed breakdown of the update in the coming weeks. We've very much enjoyed reading your feedback, lurking on your livestreams and absorbing your lovely comments, so thanks again for the support!

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