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Hob: The Definitive Edition

Panic Button has prepared another patch for Hob: The Definitive Edition. As of now, all players can access version 1.1.2.

Hob’s new update makes additional audio improvements and fast travel has become more intuitive. Also, other fixes and improvements are included.

Hob: The Definitive Edition can be found on Switch on the eShop.

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One of the things Hob: The Definitive Edition players initially expressed some frustration over when the game launched on Switch a few weeks ago was the resolution. In handheld mode, things just weren’t all that crisp.

With a new version 1.1.1 patch issued today, this has now been addressed. Panic Button says handheld mode image quality was a “top priority” and calls it a “huge step forward.” On top of that, the patch “contains a handful of other fixes and improvements.”

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Hob: The Definitive Edition is available on Switch via the eShop as of today. Take a look at some footage in the videos below.

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The critically acclaimed single-player adventure title Hob is coming to Switch, Perfect World Entertainment has announced. Panic Button is working on the new version under the name Hob: The Definitive Edition.

Originally developed by Runic Games, Hob: The Definitive Edition will feature improved controls and game features. Panic Button has implemented HD Rumble and touch screen support plus more.