Nintendo has updated Metroid Dread to version 2.1.0. The patch, already available for download, completes all the new features announced for MercurySteam's celebrated Nintendo Switch title, which after February's update to add Dread Mode and Rookie Mode, now opens the doors to Boss Rush, in which you can fight one boss after another in an uninterrupted fashion.
Metroid Dread version 2.1.0: what's new and what's Boss Rush like?
Metroid Dread version 2.1.0 is a free update; just like version 2.0.0. Although the difficulty of the title released last October is challenging, its first update made it more complex (but also provided an option to make it easier). Now this new update ups the ante with this Boss Rush, which is configured in three different modes:
Time to put your skills to the test again, bounty hunters. The new Boss Rush mode is available now in #MetroidDread!
These three modes of the Boss Rush are accessible by pressing R from the Samus Files on the selection screen. Boss, Survival and Dread are very different from each other, although they all share a common denominator: they seek to put a pulse on the concept of challenge.
Metroid Dread is available in physical and digital format for Nintendo Switch.