May 16, 2021 8:34 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Welcome to Switch History, the feature series dedicated to rounding up the software updates for some of Nintendo’s biggest Switch games. In today’s piece, we’re highlighting the updates for 2019’s Ring Fit Adventure:

Update History:

Ver. 1.2.0 (Released March 25, 2020):

  • Overview:
    • Adds Rhythm Game.
      • Access this on the right side of the title screen (second page).
    • Adds a new, feminine voice option for Ring. Also, Voice Language is now selectable.
      • In the settings for Voice Language, you can change the language used for Ring and the narration. The in-game text will remain in the language set in the system settings.
      • Settings can be changed anytime from Settings in My Menu. To open My Menu, go to Adventure or Custom and press the B Button.
    • Adds Tip Index.
      • The entrance is located to the right side of the title screen (second page).
  • Adventure:
    • Adds the option in Fit Battles to complete the last exercise even after enemy HP reaches zero.
      • Select from Always complete the last exercise, Complete exercises that switch sides, and Don’t complete exercises.
      • Change anytime under Fit Battles in My Menu’s Settings.
    • Adjusts the colors of text and background for the dialog window.
    • Revises certain mission clear conditions for Aerochute and Dreadmill.
    • Adds the credits playback option.
      • You can play it back from Staff Credits in My Menu’s Settings.
    • Fixes the bug in Fit Battles where some attacks do not hit the enemy.
    • Fixes the bug that miscalculates exercise time and repetitions in some exercises.
    • Fixes the bug that gives out some titles without the condition being satisfied.
      • This will not affect the titles already acquired.
  • Quick Play:
    • Adds Jogging.
  • Custom:
    • Adds Jogging and Rhythm Game to the Fitness List options.
    • Increases the number of savable Fitness Lists to 20.
  • Online Features:
    • Fixes the bug of long update times for Everyone’s Records.
      • However, update time may vary depending on the network or Nintendo Account settings.
    • Fixes the bug related to uploading scores for Quick Play’s Online Rankings.
  • Other Features:
    • The gameplay has been improved by addressing a few additional bugs.

Ver. 1.1.3 (Released November 29, 2019):

  • Online Features:
    • Fixed a bug that displayed the Total Time Exercising incorrectly in Everyone’s Records beyond a certain amount.
  • General:
    • Several issues have been addressed to improve the game play experience.

Ver. 1.1.2 (Released October 31, 2019):

  • General:
    • Several issues have been addressed to improve the game play experience.

Ver. 1.1.1 (Released October 25, 2019):

  • Online Features:
    • Fixed a bug related to uploading scores for Quick Play Online Ranking.

Ver. 1.1.0 (Released October 18, 2019):

  • Online Features:
    • Adds Friends Ranking and Weekly World Ranking in the Quick Play rankings.
    • Adds Everyone’s Records in My Menu for the Adventure and Custom modes, which lets you view Everyone’s Exercise Rankings and Everyone’s Profiles.
    • Adds the Gift to a Friend function to Multitask Mode, which lets you gift the number of presses and pulls you do to your friends.(This data update will be required to receive a gift from friends.)
    • Adds Share Setting for Online Features to Settings in My Menu for the Adventure and Custom modes.
  • Other Features:
    • Now supports the Nintendo Switch system Alarm function.
      • Allows alarm settings (day & time) within the Ring Fit Adventure software.
      • Click Set Alarm in the title screen to jump to the setting screen.
    • Adds a new function, Restart the adventure from the beginning, to Settings in My Menu for the Adventure mode.
    • Enables the screenshot-capture function by pressing the R button on the Ring-Con even while My Menu is open.
    • The gameplay has been improved by addressing a few additional bugs.

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