Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Adds 1080p Support for Nintendo Switch in New Update

on March 30, 2017 3:02 PM

Shovel Knight has been getting a bevy of news today — only earlier today Yacht Club Games revealed that Shovel Knight’s Specter of Torment expansion would be coming to all consoles in April. Now Yacht Club has revealed a new patch for the Nintendo Switch version of Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove will be getting a handful of new fixes and (notably) 1080p output when docked.

Previously the game ran at 720p when both docked and undocked , but this free update allows you to change the setting when first playing the game in docked mode.

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove is currently available on Nintendo Switch for $24.99 — check out the game’s full patch notes below:

Fix: Specter of Torment: Crash when defeating the final boss with a German language setting.

Fix: Specter of Torment: Fixed a bug that allowed Specter Knight to Judgment Rush to unintended locations during certain scenes.

Fix: Specter of Torment: Horace sometimes rewarding the wrong gold amount when reaching the tower’s top.

Fix: Support for Player 2’s controller within calibrate screen prompts.

Fix: Delete All now resets screen scale and brightness settings.

Fix: Shovel of Hope: Various bug fixes for co-op.

Fix: Specter of Torment: Broken camera transition when falling into a certain death pit within “event 2”.

Various localization and text improvements.

Change (Shovel/Plague): The wandering encounter Reize will no longer cross over into the second tier of stages if the game time is below 25 minutes…

Switch

Now outputs at a 1080p resolution while playing in docked mode!

Screen Scale video option is only applied and available while playing in docked mode.

Screen Scale menu now appears for the first time that the game is started while in TV mode.

Note: If your TV is not displaying the game’s full image we recommend adjusting your TV Settings from the System Settings menu — this way you’re set for all games in the future! Learn how to do so here.

Fix: Screen Scale / Brightness options not saving.

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