Human: Fall Flat Update Version 1.2 Adds Split Joy-Con Co-Op

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Curve Digital has released a new software update for Human: Fall Flat, that introduces split Joy-Con co-op to the quirky, open-ended physics-based puzzle and exploration game.

The addition comes in response to feedback from those that have been playing the game, which has been developed by No Brakes Games, since its release on the Nintendo eShop last week.

“Since [the] release of Human: Fall Flat on Nintendo Switch, we’ve been reading and listening to your comments, and one that we have seen a lot is to allow two individual Joy-Con to be used for two player split-screen,” Curve Digital shared.

“So we did it! The version 1.2 patch grants the ability to use two individual Joy-Con in split-screen co-op mode, meaning two players can jump into the world of Human: Fall Flat, anywhere, anytime!”

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