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 2020’s Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise:

Update History:

Ver. 1.2.0 (Released January 24, 2023):

  • New Instructor:
    • A brand-new instructor, Leo, has been added.
  • Additional Features:
    • “Remove Blocking” was added under Daily Workout in the Settings menu.
    • “Auto-Score Blocking” was added under Action Assist in the Settings menu.
    • You can now customize the order of songs on the Song List screen.
    • You can now check the courses you’ve played on the Exercise results screen.
    • A shortcut button for players to enter their weight on the lounge screen has now been set.
  • Stability of game was improved, including below revisions:
    • Fixed an error where the Timing Adjust settings did not correctly function during continuous exercises.
    • Removed an event that encouraged quitting after 30 minutes have passed. Made it so that an error caused by this event where continuous days of Daily Workout stops will no longer trigger.
    • Fixed a bug where the player’s weight was not recorded when playing across two days.
    • Adjusted the movements of instructors for a number of exercises.
    • Fixed a bug where, under certain circumstances, times during summer were not correctly reflected.

Ver. 1.1.0 (Released November 3, 2021):

  • Added a new character, Guy.
  • Added Korean voice for some of the characters.

Ver. 1.0.4 (Released May 26, 2021):

  • Added Settings for stage animations:
    • You can now set three levels of stage animations from Stage Animations in Basic Settings in Settings.
      • Normal: Same animations as usual
      • Light: Zone animations will not trigger
      • Simple: Background will always be in “Lounge” mode. Zone animations will not trigger.
  • Changes to display during exercise:
    • We increased the size of icons in the action panels.
    • We adjusted the display of the footprints and time remaining.
    • We adjusted the color of the combination lane.
  • Stability of game was improved, including below revisions:
    • Revised calendar stamp display error that accompanies First Day of the Week setting.
    • We revised an error regarding the day count on carry-over data.
    • Revised “Number of Punches” display to “Number of Actions” when displaying results.
    • Adjusted instructor comments during exercise.
    • Adjusted stretch movements.

Ver. 1.0.3 (Released January 27, 2021):

General Fixes:

  • Fixed a problem with data carry over for calendar stamps and days in a row, when carrying over data from the previous game (Fitness Boxing).
  • Fixed a display bug with body age.
  • Fixed a place with discrepancy in the instructions.
  • Fixed a bug with the consumed calories in 2-player.
  • Fixed a bug with days played in a row due to adjusting date or time.
  • Correction to instructor costumes.

Ver. 1.0.2 (Released December 4, 2020):

General Fixes:

  • We have fixed an issue where the screen may freeze after launching the software.

Source: Nintendo

By Jack Longman

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