It seems the version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time that can be played in Nintendo Switch through Nintendo Switch Online may have received a remarkable update. When Carina of Time arrived for the first time SWITCH Online a couple of months ago, the fans rushed to point out the poor version of the iconic game that Nintendo had made available through the service. This setback was so severe initially that the complaints began to be a trend in social networks for quite some time. Now, thanks to what seems to be a recent update that was launched in Nintendo Switch this week, it seems that Nintendo has taken these complaints seriously.
As the user @OATMEALDOME was seen on Twitter, it seems that the visual fidelity of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been improved a little after the last update for switch. When the game arrived for the first time to Nintendo Switch Online, one of the most common areas of the time of what players complained involved the fighting room of the Dark Link of the Water Temple. Compared to the original iteration of the game, this version of Switch did not contain fog in this area and water on the floor looked quite poor. According to the new images that @OATMEALDOME has now published, the water in this room has now been altered compared to what it was before.
Although this is not a massive change for ocarina of time in the great scheme of things, this solution shows that Nintendo is clearly listening to the fans when it comes to their complaints about how these emulated ports have worked. In fact, Ocarina of time is not the only Nintendo Switch online title that has had problems since its release. Paper, for example, it has been a game that has been plagued by blockages and slowdowns for some players. It remains to be seen if Nintendo has or not a plan to solve all these persistent problems, but it definitely seems that the Japanese developer is now trying to address these issues.
Have you noticed any visual improvement in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in Switch last week? And if Nintendo continues to improve the quality of these emulated ports in Nintendo Switch Online, would you consider updating to the top version of the service? Let me know in the comments or send me a message on Twitter a @ mooreman12.