Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games have released a new software update for Killer Queen Black on Nintendo Switch.
This has added eight-player local multiplayer on Nintendo Switch, new features and other quality of life changes.
“Our community has been behind us the whole way and we are happily providing the most requested additions,” explains Liquid Bit co-founder Matt Tesch.
“Players can now host the ultimate Killer Queen Black tournaments and bring the full experience of the arcade home.”
Killer Queen Black is now available at retail and on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide.
Killer Queen Black Update Version 1.60 Patch Notes
- Eight-player local support for PC and console
- Region selection on Switch
- Custom (online) and local matches can be started by a single player
- Bots can fill out local and custom matches
- Teams in local and custom matches can now be automatically shuffled
- Streamer mode: Choose which names to display in-game and in menus
- Map pools now skew towards more variety and fewer repeats
- Various bug fixes and UI improvements