Hello, recall Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn? The profound successor to the amusing 1994 tumble on Sega Genesis was crowd funded in 2014, got a pleasant cameo at the 2015 Game Awards, and should dispatch in 2016, however it didn’t. Presently it’s the booby prize for Nintendo Switch proprietors who went in on NBA Playgrounds and got no online play.
Saber Interactive, creator of both NBA Playgrounds and Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, disclosed to Nintendo customers yesterday that they’ll get a free duplicate of Shaq Fu when it dispatches not long from now This is a make-useful for the reality the Switch adaptation propelled with no online multiplayer.
Matthew Karch, the CEO of Saber Interactive said that the individuals who purchased (or purchase) NBA Playgrounds on Switch before the fix conveying on the web play will get a free duplicate of Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn. Neither the fix’s conveyance date nor Shaq Fu’s dispatch date were given.
Karch himself had said NBA Playgrounds would be a “shabby amusement” on the off chance that it propelled without an online part, seven days before his studio reported it would do only that. In a similar note to NBA Playgrounds players on Friday, he said the following patch will include revamped “companions, online competitions, modified shot mechanics, new players, and unending execution and adjust changes,” all of which were called out in the diversion’s poor surveys. Karch said player criticism incredibly educated the progressions coming in the following patch.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn was crowdfunded on Indiegogo at $450,000 in mid 2014 and guaranteed forms for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One at the time. From that point forward, the PS3, Wii U and Xbox 360 have all been ceased by their producers. The official site now records the Switch, PS4, PC and Xbox One as stages.