Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl have received this Thursday the update 1.1.2 on Nintendo Switch. Hybrid console players who own either edition of these Sinnoh region remakes can now update the title to its latest version, which incorporates fixes and solutions to problems that prevented progress in the adventure.
- Analysis of Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl for Nintendo Switch
What’s new in Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl patch 1.1.2?
The patch 1.1.2 It is the third published since the premiere of Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl, this time focused on solving some of the problems reported by the community related to progress. During these last days we have seen players who could alter the marked progress of the trip; either avoiding gyms or getting trapped at certain points in certain scenarios. Apparently some of those problems are already fixed:
- Fixed some issues that prevented the game from progressing under certain circumstances.
- Some issues have also been fixed to make the game more enjoyable.
In the absence of knowing more details, it is to be expected that the gaming experience is now more polished, thus avoiding this type of barriers in the form of bugs O glitches. For those of you who purchase Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl from now on, it is highly recommended to update the title to its latest version for the most streamlined experience possible.
How to upgrade Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl
To update any of your Nintendo Switch games, just connect the console to the internet; return to the HOME menu and click the (+) button to bring up its menu. Now, click on To update. As soon as the update is installed, the latest version number will appear on the title screen.
Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl are available exclusively for Nintendo Switch in physical and digital formats. We remember that from November 19 to February 21 we have several gifts available through the Mysterious Gift: Manaphy Egg and the Platinum Set (clothing). In addition, if we have a saved game of Pokémon Sword and Shield or Let’s Go, we will receive a Jirachi and a Mew, respectively, at a certain point in the adventure (Aromaflor Town).