Harmonix aware of Fuser game crashing issue on Nintendo Switch, fix to arrive later in July
Fuser has been around on numerous platforms including Nintendo Switch since 2020. The rhythm game is developed by Harmonix and is quite popular.
However, Nintendo Switch players have been facing any issue with Fuser which is spoiling their experience.
As per multiple reports, Fuser has been crashing on Nintendo Switch after a recent update.
User reports even indicate that the game often crashes with the ‘The software was closed because of error occurred’ message.
It seems the said issue is widespread and is inconveniencing Nintendo Switch users while they are playing Fuser.
Thanks! BTW, the game crashed during in the middle of the session. Hopefully you will fix the issue as possible
It’s been fun playing @FUSERgame, but I’m experiencing some crashing pretty regularly. Is there a performance patch on the way during the trail period?
However, affected users may not have to face the said problem for long as it has been acknowledged officially.
Fuser support has said that they are aware of the crashing issue on Nintendo Switch and working on a fix for the same.
Also, it has been mentioned that the said fix is expected to arrive later this month, but there’s no specific date provided.
While this is certainly good news for affected players, it is unclear what the exact cause of this issue is.
This is because not much clarity on the matter has been provided by support in the acknowledgement.
However, it is still good to see that the game developer is working to fix the problem with a set date.
Hopefully, the game developer sticks to the given schedule so that users play Fuser without any hassle.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.
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