First details on the big patch, which should appear in February –

The Pokémon Company celebrated breaking the sound barrier of over 1,000 Pokémon today with a new video. The 1,008 encounters were celebrated in the video of the same name. The sound barrier has been broken with Pokémon Crimson and Crimson and there is more news on these games today. So they announced a new patch. The upcoming update has the version number 1.2.0, which already suggests major changes. In addition to bug fixes, the update is expected to “contain additional functions”. For Nintendo and The Pokémon Company, who are often quite taciturn when it comes to patch notes, this is a small concession. Of course, we don’t yet know which additional features and bug fixes are specifically affected. “Further details will follow shortly,” he added. Update 1.2.0 is scheduled for release at the end of February, but when it was released in November, Pokémon Crimson and Crimson were heavily criticized not only by fans but also by the media. The reason for this was significant technical flaws at the start of sales, which were not fixed by the quickly released 1.1.0 patch. Nintendo even apologized for this situation – you don’t hear that very often from Kyoto. “We will continue to work to improve the games,” the pledge said in December. By the time Update 1.2.0 releases in late February, more than three months will have passed. It remains to be seen whether the update actually fixes the technical shortcomings. Images: Pokémon Crimson, Pokémon Crimson, Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, Game Freak

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