The Nintendo Switch Online version of the classic Nintendo title 64 The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time seems to have been improved by Nintendo recently. When Ocarina of Time was united for the first time to the online library of Nintendo Switch Online last year, many fans were disagreed with the emulated version of the game that Nintendo had made available. Specifically, a section in the Water Temple of the game was highlighted by being particularly difficult. And while an update for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time On Switch has already arrived at the beginning of the year, Nintendo seems to have made even more improvements in recent days.
As the @OATMEALDOME user is mentioned on Twitter, Nintendo recently launched an update of version 2.0.0 of Nintendo Switch Online and, in the process, several corrections were also removed for some titles in the service. One of the corrections in question turned out to be for The legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time which improved the general visual fidelity of the game. Specifically, the aforementioned problems that were observed in the water temple have now been corrected, which makes the game much better in general.
Although this alteration of ocarin of time through Nintendo Switch Online is not very large, this movement at least shows that Nintendo is listening to the comments of the fans. After the protests of several fans last year when the legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was launched, there was no response from Nintendo about whether they would receive corrections or not. The fact that Nintendo enters and making changes in this version of the game tells us that the Japanese videogame editor is not trying to do the minimum with these new ports of its classic titles. Whether they arrive or no more changes to ocarina of time in the future is to be seen, but this update feels a good precedent as we move forward.
Have you noticed any recent improvement in several N64 games that are part of Nintendo Switch online? And the continuous updates of these Nintendo games make it more likely to subscribe to the service in the future? Let me know in the comments or send me a message on Twitter a @ mooreman12.