With Yooka-Laylee out and about and receiving mixed reviews overall, there's still one platform we've yet to see it on: the Nintendo Switch. Lucky for us, there's a couple of major changes coming in that version.
Playtonic Games revealed earlier that they're still trucking on with the Switch version, and will be sorting out the two major things that vexed people about the game.
Its camera problems were certainly irritable in places, that was a universal opinion, but a lot of people - including myself - weren't particularly tickled by its yabbery cutscenes and numbing voices. Thankfully, it looks like the developer's going to be adding ways for us to skip through the bulk of its audio.
"That means stuff like the optional ability to skip dialogue faster, bypass cutscenes or reduce those pesky gibberish voices, which should please the speedrunners among us. We'll also be adding a sprinkling of design polish throughout the adventure and by popular request, changes to how the camera operates."
Apparently these changes will also be coming to the PC and console version of the game as a nifty patch. Hopefully soon.