Months ago, All-Star Fruit Racing wasn’t going to include online multiplayer on Nintendo Switch. Things have now changed thanks to the vocal Nintendo Switch community.
Online functionality will be added to All-Star Fruit Racing in a patch shortly after launch. The game will also support Local Play between multiple Nintendo Switch consoles.
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PQube is delighted to announce that All-Star Fruit Racing, the juiciest kart racer around, will be supporting Online Matchmaking for Nintendo Switch, as well as Local Arena Network play for Nintendo Switch, as well as Online Matchmaking for all other platforms.Previously stated, Online Functionality for Nintendo Switch was a difficult task for 3DClouds.it, after listening to a large amount of community feedback it was deemed a fruitful endeavor worth chasing. 3DClouds.it were able to connect with Epic Games and the Unreal Engine 4 support team and we can now confirm that Online Functionality will be coming to the Nintendo Switch version to match other platforms – this will also include Local Arena Network functionality, allowing multiple Nintendo Switch consoles to pair up and play together.While we don’t have an exact date that this will be available – to those who purchase the Nintendo Switch version, we can confirm that it will be around the launch week or shortly thereafter! We will communicate this when we know a specific date.