Upcoming Yooka-Laylee Update Will Change How the Camera Operates, Allow You to Skip Cutscenes
In the first community update since Yooka-Laylee launched on April 11, developer Playtonic announced that they’re working on the next big game update, which will include significant improvements and some of the most requested features:
That means stuff like the optional ability to skip dialogue faster, bypass cutscenes or reduce those pesky gibberish voices, which should please the speedrunners among us. We’ll also be adding a sprinkling of design polish throughout the adventure and by popular request, changes to how the camera operates (gif the image on this page a look).
A release date wasn’t given for the update, just that we should expect a more detailed breakdown “in the coming weeks, as we continue to tinker around with the coding furnace.”
Yooka-Laylee is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and the day one update included some camera improvements. The Nintendo Switch version doesn’t have a release date yet.
You can read our Yooka-Laylee review over here.
What changes would you like to see made to Yooka-Laylee in the future?
[Source: Playtonic Games]