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Killer Queen Black has more updates and content planned for 2021. Recently, the teamed shared the latest roadmap outlining what’s planned for the near future.

Here’s the full rundown:

Killer Queen Black has been updated to version 1.64. It includes a rank reset, more optimized Switch build, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Killer Queen Black has received its latest patch, bringing the game to version 1.63.1. The new update is mainly intended to address a few different bugs.

Below are the full patch notes:

A notable 1.63 update has gone live for Killer Queen Black. It includes a number of additions, including a community-requested spectate feature.

The full patch notes are as follows:

The team behind Killer Queen Black has provided an updated roadmap that details future plans for the game.

In July, Killer Queen Black received the major Betelgeuse Update. It brought along a new map as well as improvements to party systems and gameplay.

As for what lies ahead, more updates are planned for Q3 and Q4. There’s been a bit of a shift in terms of what will be included in the next couple of updates, you you can see the full roadmap above.


Killer Queen Black received a major Betelgeuse Update this week. Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games introduced enhanced party features, gameplay improvements, and more.

Below are the full patch notes for version 1.62:

Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games have announced that a Betelgeuse Update for Killer Queen Black is going live on Switch today. Along with a new map, it also features improvements to party systems and gameplay.

Here’s a full rundown of the update:

The latest patch for Killer Queen Black is now available. Version 1.61 is the new update, which contains a number of fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

In an interview with Nintendo Everything, Liquid Bit CEO Matt Tesch commented on sales of Killer Queen Black.

Tesch told us that sales “have been great” on Switch. The game’s success there has also resulted on Nintendo’s console maintaining the “primary player base”.

Tesch’s full words:

Hello, kids and squids! We apologize for the late episode this week, but we’ve got a really great one. This week on NEP, we’re joined by Matt Tesch from Liquid Bit of Killer Queen Black fame. He’s talking with us about their fascinating history on how this small arcade cabinet came to be an online competitive co-op phenomenon. It’s a really inspiring story that we’re excited to share with you. In addition, Galen and Oni Dino cover Nintendo’s controversial lawsuit win against Germany and Norway regarding the inability to cancel eShop pre-orders. Plus, Galen takes any shred of Mega Man Battle Network news he can get.

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