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F-Zero 99 update out now (version 1.2.0), patch notes

Posted on January 24, 2024 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

F-Zero 99 update 1.2.0

Support continues for F-Zero 99 and Nintendo just dropped a brand new version 1.2.0 update for the game.

A big addition this time around is support for private lobbies. Players can choose a game mode and set a passcode to create one. Players that enter the same settings will be added to the same lobby. However, less EXP and fewer tickets will be given out and challenge progress, records, and leaderboard points will not be saved.

The update also includes Secret Tracks, maximum level and maximum skill rating increase, and one badge that can be used to customize Pilot Cards.

Here’s the full update rundown:

F-Zero 99 update version 1.2.0 patch notes

New Additions

  • Private Lobbies have been added. To utilize them, select a game mode, set a 4-digit passcode, and then join the lobby. Players with matching game modes and passcodes can meet in the same lobby to race.
    • Private Lobby race results are not reflected in leaderboard points, records, or challenge progress. Also, you will receive less EXP and fewer ticket points than in regular races.
  • Secret Tracks have been added. These will occasionally appear in F-Zero 99.
  • Maximum level and skill rating for players have increased. The maximum level has increased from 99 to 399 and maximum skill rating has increased from S20 to S50.
    • Levels 100 and above are indicated in the game as ☆ = 1. For example, “☆00” for level 100 and “☆☆00” for level 200.
  • Added one badge that can be used to customize Pilot Cards. After meeting the specified conditions, you will be able to use it for customization.
    • You can check the specified conditions and perform customization by selecting Workshop on the main menu, and then selecting Pilot Cards.

Other Fixes

  • Fixed issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.

The F-Zero 99 version update is now live for all players.

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