<snip> A patch is already on the way for Trine 2: Director's Cut. The update will include in-game voice chat for online co-operative play, extra languages, additional controller support and adjustments, plus a few visual tweaks. It's a significant upgrade for a game on a Nintendo platform, especially since, until 3DS came along, very few titles got updated at all previously. With this update as yet unreleased, Mikael can't comment fully on limitations of the patching process right now, other than to say that "there are some, but not as much as before". It is known, however, that developers can update titles for free.
Nintendo showed Frozenbyte screenshots of the Wii U eShop "a few weeks before" launch. "All the rest was hearsay, but the most important thing for us wasn't the visuals but the specs," Mikael adds. "Being able to control pricing and sales was huge. Also the addition of the Miiverse sounded great and proved to be even better than we thought." The team booted up the digital store at European launch to take a look - during an office party, of course. "We were positively surprised. Everything seemed to be in order and there were very few fires to put out, mostly ones that we are patching very soon."