Nintendo Switch

A South Park: The Fractured But Whole Switch Patch Has Been Submitted To Nintendo

Ubisoft has announced on the company’s official forums that a patch for the Switch version of South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been submitted to Nintendo. Ubisoft says that “the process for deployment usually takes two weeks”, so it will be a little while before the patch releases. In the meantime, Ubisoft has shared the patch notes:

  • Resolved an infinite loading screen that might occur when entering the D-Mobile building.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some players’ save files to be reset.
  • Fixed a possible freeze if the player starts the Danger Deck DLC.
  • Fixed a freeze that may occur when skipping a cinematic at the New Kid’s parents’ door.
  • Resolved various minor bugs.

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11 comments

    1. }{ While I agree with you in principle, it’s more than possible that this bug is caused by a rare edge case that was missed by testers… While Ubisoft is in fact usually evil, need I remind you that even your precious nintendo allowed pokemon x and y to be released with a save corrupting bug in lumiose city… Mistakes happen everywhere, and to react this way is only acceptable for the ignorant… Don’t be one of them… }{

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      1. If you knew me, you would know I hate a lot on Nintendo as well. My podcast is 74,3% about Nintendo’s horrible decisions.
        I’m fully aware it could be a glitch which slipped the crack of the Quality Check, but Ubisoft is way past (I bet it just was an accident” at this point.

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    1. I have experienced both that and the save reset glitch. The latter one was horrible and quite unexplainable, haha. Luckily, it “only” destroyed my auto-save and I “only” lost about one or two hours of progress.

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  1. don’t assume its developer’s laziness, i can agree that stuff like that puts people off but it may have slipped past debugging and no amount of debugging will keep a game bug free because it takes a lot of man power, resources and time and that is not laziness, its like saying a cashier taking over for another cashier is because retails are too lazy to hire more people instead of having that cashier open up a new register when i reality that cashier is covering for their break/lunch.

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  2. Finally! I managed to finish the game and all the missions apart from the d-mobile one but was scared the whole time.

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