Experiencing Crashes In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps? Don’t Worry, Moon Studios Is Working On A Patch

Experiencing Crashes In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps? Don’t Worry, Moon Studios Is Working On A Patch
“We’re on top of all of that”
  • Liam_Doolan
  • by Liam Doolan
Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

Last week, Ori and the Will of the Wisps got released on the Nintendo Switch, and while a lot of players have been enjoying the game, it’s not been the best experience for everyone.

For some players, the game appears to be randomly crashing, slowing down and freezing. One user over on the Nintendo Switch subreddit claims they experienced “over 30” crashes in the “16 hours it took to 99% the game”.

In our very own review, we also noted how several crashes and soft-locks were extremely demotivating.

There’s no need to worry, though, as Moon Studios is well aware and will be releasing a fix “soon”. Moon Studios’ game director Thomas Mahler provided the latest update over on ResetEra:

“We’re on top of all of that, no worries. A patch that should iron these things out will drop soon”

In a follow-up post, Mahler confirmed this patch would be included on the card in the physical version of the game.

When Ori and the Will of the Wisps launched on the Xbox One earlier this year in March, Moon Studios had to deal with similar issues. As reported on by our sister site Pure Xbox at the time, the game was running slowly, freezing and even crashing systems. Some players encountered these issues, while others didn’t.

How has your experience with Ori and the Will of the Wisps been so far? Experienced any problems? Tell us down below.

[source reddit.com, via resetera.com]

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