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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD has received a fairly notable update. On Switch, the game is at version 1.0.1.

Today’s update includes improved dock mode performance, loading speed improvements, and more. We’ve posted the full patch notes below.

In just a few days, the 3D platformer Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD will be appearing on Switch following its initial debut during the GameCube era. Check out some footage below.

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD is due out for Switch on March 30 as an eShop download. We have lots of additional information and a trailer here.

Krome Studios has nailed down a final release date for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD, the revamped version of the 3D platformer that originally debuted on GameCube. Fans can pick up the title on March 30.

Here’s a whole bunch of information about Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD:

Krome Studios has shared a new trailer for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD, an updated version of the 3D platformer that previously came to GameCube. Watch it below.

It’s unclear when Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD will be launching, but it should be out on Switch soon. We’ll share the release date once it’s announced.

Last year, Krome Studios brought the Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD to Switch. It was an enhanced version of the 3D platformer originally released on GameCube. The studio is now following up on that by putting the sequel on Switch as well.

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD is currently in the works, and Krome Studios has opened a Kickstarter so that fans can help contribute to development. Although work is already underway, the team hopes to add elements like support for motion controls on Switch, enhanced visuals, Hardcore Mode, and more.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

Krome Studios has gone live with a new 1.0.2 update for the Switch version of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD. It includes the ability to disable motion controls in the pause screen, new control/camera inversion for swimming and Doomerang controls, a first-person Infrarang effect, performance improvements, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD, a redone version of the 3D platformer, landed on Switch a few months ago. But as fans are aware, that’s just the first entry in the series as there are a few sequels as well.

So what’s the future of the franchise? In a post on Kickstarter, Krome Studios confirmed that it’s exploring
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue for consoles. The team has “already started looking into the coding work” that would be required, though since it’s built with version 2 of the Merkury engine, “we have to start back at square one and figure out what we can update and improve.”

The full post reads:

This week, Krome Studios issued a new update for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD. Version 1.0.1 comes with gyro assisted first-person aiming, fixes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

With Ty the Tasmanian Tiger having just launched on Switch a few weeks ago, we thought now would be a good time to speak with developer Krome Studios. Creator Steve Stamatiadis and studio manager Lindsay Parmenter were kind enough to answer several of our questions regarding the 3D platformer.

During our exclusive discussion, Stamatiadis and Parmenter discussed the early days of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger and its creation, why the TV show never happened, and the future of the series. There was also plenty of discussion about the new Switch version, including the porting process and graphical/gameplay updates.

Our full discussion with Krome Studios can be read in full below.

Many years after it debuted on GameCube, the 3D platformer Ty the Tasmanian Tiger recently returned on Switch with a fresh coat of paint and in HD. But as fans know, the series has a few other games as well. Could we see more of those entries on Switch? The possibility is definitely there.

Speaking with Nintendo Everything, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger creator Steve Stamatiadis said that Krome Studios would “love” to bring Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 and 3 to Switch. The company has its hands full porting the first title over to other systems currently, but noted that the second and third titles “are ready to go, from an art perspective.”

Stamatiadis stated: