The release of indie platform fighter Brawlout on the Nintendo Switch has received notable success, with its player count reaching 50,000 within 2 days of its December 19th launch.
Since its initial PC launch on April 20th, the overall player experience for Brawlout seems to be a positive one so far, but a few complaints have stood out in the game’s budding community, particularly those regarding the game’s online latency and matchmaking.
According to a recent tweet from the official Brawlout Twitter (embedded below), a patch aimed at resolving these online multiplayer issues can be expected to go live very soon.
Our networking engineers worked even over the holidays and we’re submitting the patch to greatly improve matchmaking (and fix the network lag) in less than a week
— BRAWLOUT (@brawloutgame) January 2, 2018
The tweet definitely signals the Brawlout team’s commitment to their players. Hopefully the patch can successfully address the online issues as well as other minor bugs that fans of the Smash-inspired platform fighter have been experiencing.